All posts by: Kristin Goodrich

For this week’s Monday Minute, Kristin shares about finding God’s presence in every military generation. God’s Presence in Every Military Generation by Kristin Goodrich (KG)   I spent my childhood living in Japan during the Vietnam War. I lived in...
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For this week’s Worship Wednesday, Kristin shares with us how she is forging ahead to the beat of a better cadence. Find out why a former sailor would ever want to “Burn the Ships.” A Better Cadence to Call by...
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In today’s post, Kristin Goodrich shares what God taught her about living in his freedom through her experiences being brave in ballet. Being Brave in Ballet by Kristin Goodrich I got promoted!! Despite taking off my military uniform decades ago...
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For this week’s Monday Minute Kristin shares 4 steps toward being intellectually healthy and the importance of not just being smart, but being smart about God’s Word. 4 Steps towards being Intellectually Healthy The Importance of Being Smart about God’s...
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I’m excited to share this insightful post from Kristin Goodrich containing 4 Steps to Make Hard Work Easier. 4 Steps to Make Hard Work Easier! Let’s Git ‘er Done! by Kristin Goodrich ALL HANDS ON DECK FOR THE WORK PARTY?!...
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In this week’s Monday Minute Kristin continues our discussion of flourishing in transitions with what she learned about taking off the uniform at the end of her service in the Navy. 4 Steps to Flourish when Taking Off the Uniform...
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How We’re Learning By Kristin Goodrich Each of us who has worn a uniform or who is currently serving had to go through boot camp. My first-hand transition from civilian to military life happened one hot, humid summer in Maryland....
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How We’re Learning By Kristin Goodrich “Toughen up, buttercup!” “Put on your big girl panties!” “No tears. Nope.” Military culture projects an eleventh commandment to women in uniform: Thou shalt not cry. I spent my formative young adult years cultivating...
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  How We’re Learning by Kristin Goodrich I’m military. To tell or not to tell, that is the question. You know, when you wrestle to tell a “friend candidate” or a local person in your civilian community that you are...
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Former Senator James Webb published an article, “Women Can’t Fight,” on Nov. 1, 1979 in the Washingtonian magazine. At that time, the first classes integrated with females were just six months from graduation at the U.S. Military Academy (West Point),...
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