Posts tagged with: #navyfamily

Where is Your Point of Reference

In this week’s Monday Minute, Muriel shares how important having Jesus as our point of reference is for military life. Where is Your Point of Reference by Muriel Gregory   Some memories will always stay with you. One of the...

5 Practical Ways to Pray Intentionally

In this week’s Monday Minute Claudia Duff shares with us 5 practical ways to pray intentionally so we can flourish in our prayer lives. How to Flourish in Prayer by Claudia Duff I really can’t remember a time in my...

How Important is Forgiveness in Marriage?

by Claudia Duff When my husband was active duty, he traveled a lot. While he was away it was my job to hold the fort until he got back. That included the financial side of things. Not my jam ladies,...

Free to Be Gratefully Brave

How We’re Learning By Claudia Duff grate·ful            /ˈɡrātfəl/            Adjective: feeling or showing an appreciation of kindness; thankful. November–the month where everyone seems just a bit happier than usual. For me, I am not sure if it is the break from...

With a Thankful Heart

  Thanksgiving makes my heart full and at times heavy, all at the same time. “Over the river and through the woods, to grandmother’s house we go…” As a military family we were very familiar with this song, and dutifully...

Nail the Colors to the Mast

What’s up Girlfriends?! I want to tell you a story and talk about Jesus! We are indeed a Navy family. If you cut us we will bleed blue–Navy blue right down to our two dogs, and I am not even...

Home is Where Your People Are.

Born in a Navy hospital, I lived twenty-one years as a Navy brat. Each time my Navy family settled into a new house, my mom would say, “Home is where your stuff is.” She meant that once you arranged familiar...