All posts by: Guest Writer

Airing Up Mental Health

Mental Health is a hot topic in both military circles and among our civilian counterpart. And with good reason. We’ve faced unprecedented challenges in the last 18 months. Guest writer, Morgan shares with us some tips she has found to...

Through the Struggle

PCS season is upon us and, whether it is your first move or your 15th, you know you’ll go through the struggle. But this week’s guest writer, Marian, encourages us to go through the struggles and find the celebration. Through...

Transition and the Tie that Binds

For this week’s Firmly Rooted Friday, guest writer Amalee shares with us the comfort of the tie that binds. We can all be thankful God makes this available to us as we go through military transitions. Transition and the Tie...

Placing My Children on the Altar

Placing our children on the altar is a concept nearly every mother wrestles with at some point or another. Guest writer and uniformed military woman, Claire P. Jameson penned this week’s Firmly Rooted Friday post. Placing My Children on the...

Healthy Ways to Handle Trauma

Military women are not immune to the unwanted advances of men. In this week’s honest and raw post, Lydiaruth shares with us some healthy ways to handle trauma by leaning on God. Healthy Ways to Handle Trauma by Lydiaruth Thompson...

For The Christian Woman Considering Military Service

Are you a Christian woman considering Military Service? Our next encouraging post in this special series dedicated to the Month of the Military Child comes from a young woman who knows what it is like to have a parent serve...

My Military Family

In this week’s special guest post, Lydiaruth talks about what it means to her to have a strong military family to support her through her father’s service and deployments. My Military Family by Lydiaruth Thompson   Though being in the...

When Military Children Suffer

We often see military children suffer because of a parent’s service, but in this week’s Monday Minute, Stephanie challenges us to look for how God is using that suffering to produce hope in them. When Military Children Suffer by Stephanie...

To Be A Military Kid

For, April, the Month of the Military Child, we are running a special Wednesday series written by a guest writer who is a military kid. We hope you enjoy this first edition on her reflections of what it means to...

Marching Toward Revival

This week, we are joined by guest, Ashley, who encourages us all to keep marching toward revival all the way to the ends of the Earth. We military women know a little bit about marching, but she offers a unique...