About Me

Megan Horvath

Hey! I’m Megan. Above all else, I am a disciple of Jesus. I have been following Him since I was a young child. I am a children’s pastor. I love teaching littles about the love of Jesus. In 2018, I married a kind, sweet, funny, handsome scientist! He was an answer to so many prayers and my partner in ministry. In January of 2020, my beloved Alex lost his battle with a severe mental illness and ended his life. I felt like my life ended in that moment as well. My whole world came crashing down and I felt like I was drowning. I started writing letters to Alex as a way to process my grief and to find hope in the midst of despair. God has been so gracious to me and has brought so much healing to my broken heart. I miss my love everyday, but the hope of eternity keeps me going. Losing Alex helped me to step out as a mental health advocate in the church. I want believers to understand that it is okay to not be okay sometimes. No matter what though, our God is big enough to handle our problems. We need to be honest with Him and build a network of support. I wish Alex and I would have understood this. Hopefully these posts give someone courage to speak up, give hope to those grieving, and ultimately point others to Christ!

Me at a Glance
  • Disciple of Jesus
  • Pastor
  • Mental Health Advocate
  • Young Widow

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Most Recent Posts

Redreaming

Have you ever had a vision for your life one year, five years, or fifty years down the road, only to have that dream implode? Starting over is one of the hardest and scariest things I have had to do.… Continue reading Redreaming

i am sealed

My niece loves to pinky-promise. I hate it. I have always tried to follow the biblical principle of letting my yes be yes and my no, no. She is five. She does not understand. All she wants is a guarantee–to… Continue reading i am sealed

422 Days

My Love, I cannot even begin to understand how we got here. I have now been your widow longer than I was your wife. One year and two months was not long enough. I needed more time with you. I… Continue reading 422 Days

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