Posts filed under: Transitions

An Unpacked Heart

What’s up Girlfriends?! I have finally mustered up the courage to begin working on the spare room. Trust me, it’s scary in there. The spare room will do double time and also work as my craft/sewing room. Which translates as...

The Importance of Traditions for the Military Family: 50 Ways to Celebrate Christmas

“I miss Virginia—my friends and our house.” Seems like I heard this comment sighed from the lips of one of my children every few days. It is 2007 and our family is still adjusting to life in Japan. The weather...

How Nomads Build Community

We are nomads. Not livestock-moving nomads (unless of course you count children and pets), but nomads nonetheless. The definition of nomad as explained by dictionary.com is “a member of a people or tribe that has no permanent abode but moves...

Four Truths About Using Your Spiritual Gifts in Military Life

 Military life is filled with a variety of transitions. Though we all live with a strong commitment to the defense of our nation, there can be times when we struggle to feel we are serving God in our communities due to...

Christ Can Feed Your Soul in the Midst of Change

The transitions of military life often breed challenges of the soul. Just when you’re thriving and feeling settled, orders come down and it is time to move. Just when you have established yourself in a new command, the leadership changes....

Three Ways to Find Your Strong in This Moment, Part 2

Today is Prayer Tuesday and I invite you to pray through the resonating points of this post as we all seek to find our strong. This post is a continuation of yesterday’s post. We are searching out the truths in...

Three Ways to Find Your Strong in This Moment, Part 1

Military life is filled with blessings and challenges. It is marked by cycles of transitions, with a continual planting and uprooting of our families as we journey this globe in defense of our nation. Military life with its celebrations and...
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