Cross #: 13-4135
St. Petersburg, FL
Cross #: 13-4135
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Each cross is finished with a mustard seed. “If you have faith as small as a mustard seed you can say to this mountain, ‘move from here to there’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” – Matthew 17:20
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Cross #: 13-4135
St. Petersburg, FL
Cross #: 18.1012
My cross was given to me as a gift several years ago. Immediately, I went onto this site but never felt ready to pinpoint what I “needed”…there were so many things. Instead of tucking it away, I placed the cross on my desk so that I would see it every day. Every week I dust it and around it and tell myself, “One day, I will go on that site…”. I refused to hang it up until it had more than its original worth.
I realize now that there is never going to be the “right” time as life presents continues to present challenges on a daily basis. I know to pray, trust and persevere. I know to let go and let God…and allow everything to fall into place. I am so thankful to have stayed healthy through what has been such a horrible pandemic year…but the challenges I face remain. Some challenges seem much bigger than others. Of all of them, the ones that most affect me are:
1) My children were all baptized Catholic. All of them have separated from the Catholic Church. They believe in God, and two of them have become Christians on their own…this makes my heart so happy. But none of my Grandchildren, are baptized. More than anything, I pray that all of my Grandchildren are baptized.
2) One of my daughters, who is a wonderful mother, has not been able to hold onto a solid relationship, nor has she ever held a job for even one year. She now has a child, but her home life is chaotic. Their baby (2) is subject to constant fighting and yelling. I see so many positive changes in this daughter, but she is miserable and cannot seem to break free. Since she is not working, she is “stuck” with the baby’s father. He is verbally abusive. ignores the baby… and she feels trapped. I have financially supported her in some way all her life. She is now 26…no longer on my health insurance and without. I pray for stability, happiness for her and the baby, a solid relationship and a good job that provides and true happiness.
3) My son is such an incredible kid, but he relies on me for everything – food, shelter, transportation. After my husband’s suicide 5 years ago, he stopped going to school (8th grade). After much drama, he has since gotten his GED and now has a solid job where he is appreciated. I pray that he begins to branch off on his own, learns to drive and stays safe, vigilant, and remains a good example to those around him.
Cross #: 11.11686
West Burlington, IA
My wife gave me my cross but told me I had to share it with another. I am giving my cross to a woman that I work with and had the honor of watching her become Catholic. She has inspired me to be a better Christian, and I hope and pray that she continues to inspire others with her Faithful example of how she worships and lives her life. God Bless You Sierra.
Cross #: 20.1298
A friend of mine gave this cross to me long before I could see that I needed it. 2021 has been much harder than any year before. In January, I became homeless for a week. Work, home, kids all were in shambles, and I was finding it very difficult to breathe let alone what to continue to live. Being able to see and read this ” I always thank God for you” helped me to pull through and now I can see the rainbow God has sent.
Cross #: 11.4276
A work friend gave me the cross to hold on and use in prayer as I began dating again. It is a beautiful reminder to be true to myself.
Cross #: 12.328
I was given this cross 8+ years ago when I had to recover from a horrible childhood, loss of several friends from drugs, loss of my wonderful grandparents, another failed relationship – well, I began healing, not burying things or avoiding but really starting to feel like myself for once. I had 8 years in a cute, tiny apartment with a cute job at a call center, a few cute guys sadly, not permanent but just enough so I didn’t forget about love.
Now, I have embarked on a difficult path and moved back in with my mother to help out, clean and restart again but this time going back to the area where I was most hurt and hurt myself the most.
I pray for a husband who is a believer and has a clear vision. I pray that I can be a light for Jesus and maybe one day God will use it for His Glory.
Thank you for this cross.
Cross #: 1104
Big Pine Key, FL
I’m 87 years old and I’m in Hospice care. My cross was presented to me by Pastor Will from the Methodist Church on our island. My wife and I ran a food pantry at their church for about 15 yrs. I felt so blessed in receiving this very special cross. When I’m no longer in need, I hope to pass this cross on. Thank you, Lord Jesus for all the blessings you bestow on me and my wife each day.
Cross #: 11.11546
My friend Julie gave me the cross when I was struggling with finding a treatment plan for a finally diagnosed Lyme disease after struggling with mystery symptoms for 2 years and being ignored and passed off by doctors. I had a target shaped sign on my leg that I asked a doctor that I directly asked if it was Lyme disease, and she said it was a spider bite. It was a LONG JOURNEY to get a diagnosis. Extreme pain, weakness, memory loss, grand mal seizures, frozen shoulder, and most of the entire list of Lyme disease symptom check list…my health had dwindled into a state of just existing. I could no longer hold my toddler children. I could no longer make it through the day unless I slept as soon as I got home from work. I was a horrible mess. I was having trouble functioning as a human. I could no longer pick up a ream of paper or a personal size watermelon to place in a shopping cart. That is when I knew I was in trouble…Let’s not forget the seizures. My physical therapist was getting frustrated because I was getting worse rather than better as he was working with me. He couldn’t figure out what was wrong with me. I was doing everything I was supposed to do for that frozen shoulder. I wanted God to take me, but my struggle was that I wanted to be alive for my girls. I wanted them to have a mom in their life, but a mom that was useful. I had to fight for this life.
An intervention from God allowed me to meet a friend who told me about a place in Arizona that did alternative treatment for Lyme disease where they did blood ozone, intravenous hospital grade peroxide and vitamin C, along with MANY other things that I can’t pronounce. 2-3 hours a day of daily treatments. I know because she went through the protocol two years prior, and she was still well. I put my trust in God and took a visit. After much discussion with my husband and a loan with the bank, we flew the family to Arizona for our first consultation to give it a shot. This would be an investment for my life. It is all out of pocket because it is alternative medicine. After 3 weeks in December, back at spring break, back in summer, and once again at Christmas the following year, I was back to the Lori that I thought I never thought I would be again. I could pick up my children. I could stay awake an entire daytime. Seizures were not happening.
God does answer prayers, and there are angels everywhere. People are sent to help deliver God’s messages…I truly believe this. I am well now. I pray that I stay well. Had I not had the courage to go to Arizona, who knows where I would be today. I was in very poor condition. I don’t know if my kids would have a mom that is able to be present in their lives. I treasure this time with them.
Winter Haven, FL
I began my walk with Christ in 1997. It has been a very good journey thus far and has seen me through many situations. I recently retired and took a Faith Community Nurse course and was given this cross upon graduation.
I don’t feel the desire to part with it and know that when the time is right God will give me the desire and the person with whom to share. Until then I use it for prayers in discerning where I go from here.
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