Natalie Haney is a Bible student, advocate, and writer. She writes to inspire others to love the Bible and enjoy reading it. She believes that the gospel is the power of God to save. Natalie is outspoken within the Christian context about the experience of mental ill health. Natalie’s devotionals are narrative driven, theologically challenging and purposefully engage with topics of spiritual and physical vulnerability.
Most recently, Natalie has been exploring the Issachar Anointing, which is a prophetic anointing to discern: the nature of the times we live in, God’s movement in the nations right now, and how to be intentionally involved in God’s workings for this generation. Check out what Natalie is contributing in these “Issachar” areas of ministry through The Beatitudes People Outreach, the Inherit Iran! Prayer Hub, and the Atlas Judged 2021 blog and video series.
The 2020 devotional series, “The Gift of Helping,” began January 21, 2020 and has been interrupted for time sensitive topics.
“The Gift of Helping” is a devotional series exploring the spiritual gift of helping and how it applies far beyond the scope of acts of service at church. The gift of helping is a series of scripture meditations orbiting around personal anecdotes about 10 people who helped me in life saving ways in the last 10 years by exercising the unassuming gift of helping.
Links to Recent Devotional Series:
“Instructions on the Care of Your Soul,” which began July 13, 2019 explores the nature of the inner person, and compares self-care to spiritual disciplines.
“Too Much Talking: Spiritual Warfare in the Book of Job,” which began January 10, 2019 grappling with the intersections between Christianity, friendship, and mental illness.
“The Proverbs 31 Family,” which began April 3, 2018 exploring how men and women affect each other’s faith and need each other to live out an effective faith. Setting aside the discussion of giftings and roles within the church, this series focusses on the impact of healthy and unhealthy relationships on the church.