Posts tagged with: #Airforcefamily

Change of Plans

For this week’s Monday Minute, Liz shares how every change of plans is an opportunity to exchange our plans for God’s plans. Change of Plans by Liz Giertz   Those three words are pretty common in military households. I bet...

Rely On God Even Through Change

All this month we’ve been looking at ways we can rise up when military transitions and changes knock us down. For this week’s Monday Minute, Ashley shares with us how we can rely on God even through change. Rely on...

Blended Retirement System Options

In this week’s edition of Finance Friday, Jennifer breaks down Blended Retirement System Options for military members. Blended Retirement System Options by Jennifer Wake   Choices are all around us. Our day generally starts out with choices about food. Will...

Saying Goodbye to Your Tribe

Saying goodbye to your tribe is something military women are all too familiar with, but Melissa shares some comforting truths about how God helps us rise up. Saying Goodbye to Your Tribe … Again by Melissa Hicks I tried to...

Now What… Military Retirement

Military Retirement is among the most challenging changes military members can face. But Muriel shares how God showed her how to rise up when the weight of this transition threatens to knock you down. Now What… Military Retirement by Muriel...

Saving For College

Military members have some additional options when it comes to saving for college. In this week’s Finance Friday post, Jennifer breaks 5 options down for us. Saving for College by Jennifer Wake Congratulations on adding to your family. In the...

Leaving a Child Behind When You PCS

Like Jennifer, so many military women know the pain of leaving a child behind when you PCS. If you’re navigating this significant change, I hope you’ll find comfort in the words she shares today.   Leaving a child behind when...

Set the Stage to Flourish

By Katye Riselli One year we trekked more than 1500 miles to a colder, seemingly barren terrain. As we traded our shorts and flip-flops for jeans, I rehearsed all the reasons this would certainly be the worst assignment ever. The...

Free to Wait Expectantly

How We’re Learning By Katye Riselli “Hurry up and wait” is one of the phrases that best describes military life. Everything (and everyone) needs to be ready now, but then we wait. There’s an element of waiting for all aspects...