All posts by: Jennifer Moye

What am I doing? I don’t belong here. What lie have I bought into that made me think I could – or even should – do this? As we drove to the airport I was overcome by anxiety and doubt....
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On April 17, 1984 President Ronald Reagan honored the sacrifices and commitment military spouses make to the readiness and well-being of the United States military members by establishing Proclamation 5184 – Military Spouse Appreciation Day. This day is set aside...
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On April 17, 1984 President Ronald Reagan honored the sacrifices and commitment military spouses make to the readiness and well-being of the United States military members by establishing Proclamation 5184 – Military Spouse Appreciation Day. This day is set aside...
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What I’m Learning by Jennifer Moye I never struggled with self-confidence until I became a mom. One would think that having three kids and two deployments in three years either… (a) kill me (b) make me supermom.   Lately I’ve...
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As I left the doctor’s office with news of “You had better rest and take care of yourself or your body is going to shut down on you!” I started to feel all kinds of sorry for myself. Poor me. Why...
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I’m tired. No, I’m exhausted. Be it spiritual warfare or just plain being a wife and mom, life has seemed to beat me down extra hard lately. The details don’t really matter, because we all have these times right? Times...
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Another deployment. This was the first since having our third little boy. They were 1, 3, and 4 when he departed. I knew I was in for an adventure in the world of playing single mom. Thankfully he was only...
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The LORD Your Dwelling Place Know: Because you have made the Lord your dwelling place—  the Most High, who is my refuge— no evil shall be allowed to befall you, no plague come near your tent. (Psalms 91:9-10) Read & Respond: Psalm...
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What does it mean to be still? Webster defines it as “devoid of or abstaining from motion” and, “uttering no sound.“  In our world today, how hard is that? I can’t even hide in the bathroom from my kids for...
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  Recently,  I went to the store to buy a few cleaners that had run out in the house. I can be a bit of a neat freak, but I live with 5 other people (my family) who could care less. Feeling a...
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