Posts tagged with: #marinefamily

The Beauty of Easter

On this Good Friday, we reflect on the Beauty of Easter with this poem written by guest writer, April Erhardt. The Beauty of Easter by April Erhardt I wrote this poem several years ago while my husband was on a...

Flourish in the Gift of Faith

For this week’s Sunday Prayer, Hillary prays for us to flourish in the gift of faith. Flourish in the Gift of Faith by Hillary Baggett   O Lord, you have gifted us with faith – the belief in all that...

For a Flourishing Healthy Ministry

In this week’s Sunday Prayer, Hillary celebrates the anniversary of Planting roots by praying for a flourishing healthy ministry for all those who serve the Lord. A Flourishing Healthy Ministry by Hillary Baggett   Lord, this week, we celebrate five...

How To Flourish During a Military Move

In this week’s Monday Minute Kori, Founder of Planting Roots, shares with us 3 excellent strategies to flourish during a military move. Chances are, if you aren’t moving this summer, you know someone who is!   3 Clues to Finding...

5 Simple Ways to Flourish in Prayer

In this week’s Monday Minute, Ginger shares with us 5 Simple ways to flourish in prayer, by making it a normal part of our daily routines. 5 Simple Ways to Flourish in Prayer by Ginger Harrington When my husband deployed...

A Prayer to Flourish in Deployment

In this week’s Sunday Prayer, Hillary prays for God to help us Flourish in Deployment. A Prayer to Flourish in Deployment      by Hillary Baggett God is our strength, our hope, and our peace during deployments Father, we come before...

Be Still and Know During Deployment

For this week’s Worship Wednesday post, Hillary shares a powerful lesson God taught her about the importance of being still and knowing to Whom to look during deployment. Be Still and Know During Deployment by Hillary Baggett I remember the...

While My Soldier Serves

There are times when life is lived in the dark. Everywhere we turn—inside and out—the landscape is bleak and barren. God seems a million miles away and our prayers—when we can find the words to pray—feel like they go no...