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A blog post on the effect of deployment on children and encouragement for the spouses of soldiers left to care for them.
As a military spouse and mother, Hope has faced some long, lonely nights questioning God’s faithfulness and the strength of her marriage. If you’ve ever found yourself in a long-distance marriage and wondered if it was possible not only to survive but also to thrive, then this book is for you. Hope invites you—through personal experience, examples of others in history, and Scripture—to explore the possibility of a stronger more fulfilling marriage. Available at all major book stores.
This e-book, a two-week couple's devotional (FREE to email subscribers), is dedicated to every couple who has ever struggled to maintain a long-distance relationship.
A personal story published by You & Me Magazine highlighting my daughter's diagnosis with cancer and our struggle with survivor's guilt.
On December 31, 2018 the current TRICARE Retiree Dental Program (TRDP) will end. Retirees and their family members will be given the option to select a dental plan through the Federal Employee Dental and Vision Insurance Program (FEDVIP). Vision plans will also be available through this new program and not just for retirees and their families. The lack of DoD-sponsored vision coverage for active duty members and their families will soon be a thing of the past.
A non-profit set up in memory of John Lee.
A daily devotional email that was written for email subscribers of My Journey of Faith Ministries.
Hope is a belief that something better is on the horizon. It is more than a wish for a better tomorrow. Instead, it has a firm foundation in truth that points toward a future of fulfilled promises. Can Hope Last? There is a story in the Old Testament of a woman named Naomi who had lost hope.
Memorial Day is a day to remember those who have died in active military service. Every year at this time I find myself thinking of the men and women who have blessed our lives and the loved ones they left behind. Death has robbed us of family and friends, of battle-buddies and co-workers. But death has not won. It hasn’t stolen our spirit to press on, it hasn’t tainted our memories, and it has not stolen our hope.
A blog post describing different types of beer glasses and how using the correct one enhances the experience of your beer.
A beer is more than what is in the cup. It is an experience with friends, a cool down after a long day at work, a moment to relax, and if you make it yourself it is a slow pour of cold success.
Growing up our home was filled with laughter and fun. As the smell of homemade banana bread is filling my house I can’t help but think of my father’s banana trees.
An online portfolio of the different niches I have worked in and links to the work I have done.
I spent the day volunteering at HOPE Institute, a home for female veterans, and learning about the founder and the non-profit. This is what I learned about the homeless veteran situation in El Paso, TX and the US.
The title says it all. The Bible has nothing to say about cannabis directly but it does teach us moderation in all things. However, there are social implications that come with legalization.
Military life comes with unique challenges that shape who we are. This article was written for Cru Military, using the defining moments of military life to explain how choosing your faith changes everything.