Hi friend!


And welcome to my blog. I’m Kristyn, and this is my online ”living room” where I share deep reflections on what the Lord is teaching me, inspired by daily happenings. I invite you to take a seat and join me by reading along. The easiest way to do that is by subscribing to my biweekly posts, which you can do by clicking HERE (as a bonus, you will also receive a free copy of my new e-booklet!).

If you’re interested in knowing why I named my blog what I did, keep reading along. And if you’d like to know more about me as a person, feel free to check out the Meet the Author page.




The name of this site is based on a number of different Bible references, one of which is Psalm 42:7. There the Psalmist describes both the depths of his desperation, and the depths of God’s lovingkindness. ”Deep calls to deep at the sound of Your waterfalls; all Your breakers and Your waves have swept over me.”

”Deep” also refers to the ”hidden mysteries of God” that Paul mentions in 1 Corinthians 2:7-10. ”The Spirit searches all things, even the deep things of God.”

On this blog I write about things in my own spirit, drawing out of the ”deep waters of my heart” (Proverbs 20:5). My writing is a reflection of my cries out to God, as well as God crying out to us as His Spirit ”reveals deep and hidden things” (Daniel 2:22).



Join me as I share from my Alltag (”everyday life” in German) – discovering God in the daily business of being a disciple, a wife, a mom, and a teacher at heart. As you read about what God is speaking to me, may you be built up and encouraged, and your eyes opened to ways you can discover Him in your ”daily.” I’d also love to hear from you about topics you’re interested in or questions you have! Feel free to leave a comment, as well as hit one of the share buttons to send posts to others you think may be be blessed by these stories.

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Crying out from the depths with you,

~ Kristyn Mogler


5 Responses to Why Deep Cries Out?

  1. Sharon O says:

    Found your blog on Emily’s blog and your guest post, good job. I can’t imagine moving away but God can lead you to a ‘home’ in your heart, and with your little family. Good to see you writing about it.

    • Kristyn Mogler says:

      Hi Sharon…thanks so much for stopping by and leaving a comment!

      God is so, so faithful. He has sent many confirmations and provided along the way, so I know this is where I am supposed to be.

      Blessings to you!

  2. Erena says:

    I, like you, am an introvert who loves having a space to call my own. Although I grew up in a full house, since getting married and moving to Sri Lanka (my husband’s homeland), I feel like I almost need the home to be a quiet haven all the more. I really do love people and at the same time it’s in my home where I re-energise for each new day. I’m not the most confident host but in the last year or two my in-laws have been staying more often and for longer and I have struggled a lot. SO THANK YOU for your honesty and encouragement to keep loving and the reminder that there is always more love to be given.

    • Kristyn Mogler says:

      Thank you for your comment, Erena. Sounds like we have some things in common! It can be difficult to learn to give and serve and at the same time, set boundaries. If your husband understands your personality and respects your needs, he can be a big help in making healthy decisions.

      I notice in my own life how easy it is to use my ”introvertedness” as an excuse. Often I need to remind myself to just get over it 🙂

      Blessings on you as you walk this path, allowing God to use you but not burning out.

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