Posts tagged with: #militarycommunity

In this week’s Worship Wednesday, Hillary shares about the time God turned a running date into a divine appointment and reminded her she is never alone in this life! Never Alone by Hillary Baggett The answer was yes. The question...
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by Larissa Traquair Build Community God started building my “tribe” way before I knew what was happening. I am an extrovert – I love being around people. They give me energy and they make everything more fun, including running errands....
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by Kori Yates Reaching Out I went to church the other day. Not a unique happening in our world, but this Sunday was different. It’s a military chapel and meeting new people is pretty standard. People are coming and going...
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Already Enough…Peace in the Midst of the Waiting I don’t know about you, but the list housing my prayer requests is pretty long these days. Life, in general, just seems to be full of longing and hoping, asking and waiting....
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What We All Bring   I confess, I have always admired women who can sew, quilt, crochet, knit, and all those other wondrous gifts with yarn, needle, and thread. But to be honest, my attempts at such things have ended...
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How We’re Learning By Michelle Hieb I could feel the pressure building as I reached the cashier in the hospital shoppette. All I had to do was choose between peanut butter or cheese. I could do that. I willed my...
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(Planting Roots’ response to Free to Grow During Grief by Anonymous) By Katye Riselli Planting Roots recently chose to publish our Monday Minute without attribution. We chose to simply use the term “anonymous” because we believed the identity of the...
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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 Muriel Gregory   Making a good impression in a hostile world. 18 June 2002 is my American birthday. I remember the three hour drive with my 5-year-old and 1-month-old boys. I remember the immigration office in...
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Disturb us, Lord, when We are too well pleased with ourselves, When our dreams have come true Because we have dreamed too little, When we arrived safely Because we sailed too close to the shore. Disturb us, Lord, when With...
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