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Helping your child through deployment.

I can already sense the difference. I’ve been told that each deployment brings with it new challenges and no two are the same. This time… I’m pretty sure… is going to be all about the children. Daddy left for a month. And they fell apart. We entered the world of baby talk, bed wetting, and … Continue reading

Are You Happy?

As a military wife I have struggled with spouts of depression. The topic has come up a number of times lately, especially since the uniform switch. Some of the men headed out are in new uniforms and wives have told me that it brings with it spouts of anxiety attacks and just overwhelming sadness at … Continue reading

So you still think God is a merciful God?

Originally posted on Into Abundance:
“So, you still believe in a merciful God?”  Some of the comments online are genuinely inquisitive, others are contemptuous in nature. Regardless of the motive behind the question, I will respond the same way. Yes. Yes, I do indeed. Absolutely, positively, unequivocally. Let’s get something straight: the theater shooting was…

Volunteering- Pt 2

Training Volunteers (aka Vs) is an essential part of a successful organization, outreach, or project. As an FRG leader I love that training is built in and required before picking up a phone and officially being a key caller or before being handed a checkbook as the treasurer. As the Ministry Director of our church I struggle … Continue reading

Starting fresh? Don’t do it my way.

I’m staring down at a blank pad of paper with this foreign object called a pen in my hand. The past 24 hours has taught me a few things. ALWAYS back up your hard drive A piece of paper and a pencil are sometimes the safest way to write A fresh start may be frightening … Continue reading