Posts tagged with: waiting

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...
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Join Sarah for a throwback Worship Wednesday as she shares from her heart on deployment. The Heart that Waits The words that follow poured out of my heart years ago. Yet, as I stumbled across them again, tears flowed fresh...
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by Courtney Woodruff How to Flourish Financially During Deployment by NOT Overspending My fingertips brushed the bright floral fabric. The light-hearted tangerine, lemon, and grapefruit hues lifted my spirits. Without a second thought, I casually tossed the pretty summer dress...
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by Jennifer Wake Waiting Alone When I was a little girl, I did not dream of my wedding; I just knew I would marry someday. Through high school and college, I had lots of friends but I did not date much....
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How We’re Learning By Katye Riselli “Hurry up and wait” is one of the phrases that best describes military life. Everything (and everyone) needs to be ready now, but then we wait. There’s an element of waiting for all aspects...
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How We’re Learning By Sarah McKinney I didn’t even realize I had been holding my breath. Wandering through my days with a “fake it till you make it” mentality had created a burning in my chest and a panic in...
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Stronger Next Year     No unbelief made him (Abraham) waver concerning the promise of God, but he grew strong in his faith as he gave glory to God, fully convinced that God was able to do what He had...
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Releasing That Brings Receiving   “What are you most resistant to let go of?” she asked matter-of-factly. My eyes darted to the floor. Immediately, I began to wrestle. The question hung in the air for a bit, and I felt...
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I am a sucker for Christmas decorations. I like to leave them up as long as is reasonably possible. A couple of years I stretched that to the limit. Once, I left a garland on top of our china cabinet...
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How we wait, where we wait, and on Whom we wait makes all the difference. One way strengthens us, the other weakens us. One way puts us on high ground, the other lays us low....
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