About Krista Hengesh

Krista Hengesh is the founder and executive director of Live Salted and is currently living in Seattle, Washington. She loves calling out the potential in others and trusting God at His word that He will do more than we can ever ask for or imagine. Krista loves to be active and outside as much as possible!

Even When Conference | Portland, OR | February 23rd, 2019


Even When Conference | Portland, OR | February 23rd, 2019 On February 23rd, 2019 women gathered in Portland, Oregon for a packed day of community, worship and teaching on God's faithfulness and character even when life circumstances are thrown our way.  Testimonies The hearts of the women who attended our conference were deeply impacted by what the Lord spoke to them. Here are a few Kingdom truths that women learned + shared with us after reflecting on the the Portland Even When Conference. Even when I want to do everything on my own and feel ashamed for not running toward Him, God tells me, "you are mine" and reminds me of his unconditional love. Even when I lose myself, God knows where to find me. Even when I feel like God is not speaking to me, I can think back to a moments where God has and realized that just [...]

Even When Conference | Portland, OR | February 23rd, 20192020-02-20T10:26:57-08:00

Abad: Service as an Act of Worship


Looking at the Hebrew version and definition of our words can be an impactful way to further understand the beauty and depth of the Bible. The word 'abad' has been translated to mean work, service, and worship in the Bible, but for today we are going to look at it through the definition of "service as an act of worship." Abad: Service as an Act of Worship These verses always just get me: "Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters" -Colossians 3:23 "Serve wholeheartedly, as if you were serving the Lord, not people" -Ephesians 6:7 When I first read these verses a few years back, I read it as "don't just do the bottom line," "work hard as I am working for the Lord," "do, do, do, do, do." It stressed me out feeling like I had to do [...]

Abad: Service as an Act of Worship2020-02-18T16:05:30-08:00