Posts tagged with: #Militarytransition

How We’re Learning By Muriel Gregory Who is my sister? The mood was light. The view outside the window was simply breathtaking. The clouds had cleared and we had an unobstructed view of the landscape. I was engaged in a...
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Breaking Through   There is a theme that seems to be pursuing me. It is uncomfortable, but entirely necessary. I wake up sensing it, walk through my day pursuing it, go to bed at night thinking about it. It’s a...
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Mountains, Valleys, or Somewhere in the Middle   Recently, while moving across the country to our new duty station, my family and I took advantage of the landscape to take in some incredible beauty. One of our most favorite places...
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God who sees: who sees the little boy in the Chinese orphanage who sees the little girl hiding under her bed who sees the tiny fingers uncurling in the womb who sees the inside of the high school locker room...
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How We’re Learning by Ginger Harrington   Free from the past Four years ago a few women met to talk about big dreams, casting a vision for the future. With our eyes on God, we prayed and planned, reaching toward...
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