Posts tagged with: family

For this week’s Worship Wednesday, Stacey proclaims God’s glory in this red-letter rescue story ripped from the pages of her own life. A Humbled Heart by Stacey Gibson Today I opened my Bible to start writing and had planned on...
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For this week’s Sunday Prayer, Michelle shares this prayer for the health and wellbeing of those who love service members. A Prayer for the Health and Wellbeing of Those who Love Service Members by Michelle Hieb   Heavenly Father, You...
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In this week’s Sunday Prayer, Hillary prays for us to envision ways to be spending the day in prayer. A Prayer for Spending the Day in Prayer        by Hillary Baggett Good Morning Lord, Lying in bed, and not yet...
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Toward   “If I speak in the tongues of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. 2 If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom all mysteries and all knowledge, and...
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Our family is all in one place. We are together. We should be happy. We aren’t. I feel guilty about that. I prayed for my husband to return. I long for us to be together and share our life on...
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  My Christian military marriage is mediocre. And I’m sad. The past few years have brought a number of challenges. We’re in the season of life where our parents are aging in front of us. We’ve watched two different parents...
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A Hard-Won Truth   I like order. Ask my family or anyone who knows me well. It’s true. Fact is, I work pretty hard to create order – to make some sort of sense of the continual chaos that my...
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A Momma Story (with a redemptive ending)   ***What you are about to read is a recap of a day that unfolded several years ago. My kids were really little, my soldier was deployed, and I regularly found myself struggling...
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PTSD The acronym for posttraumatic stress disorder has become too common in usage among military personnel and their families. Perhaps if I type the letters in lower case they will not carry the same weight, hold the same judgment, or...
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Fairy Godmotherly Advice for Your Cinderella Moment One of the perks to military life is the annual military ball. Most women only play princess for prom or have to pay exorbitant plate fees for fund raisers. We get to play...
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