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As believers, we’re called to speak love and life to families who face the particular challenges of military life.
Every imperfect part of life becomes something precious when sifted through God’s loving fingers.
In military families, it’s important to be able to bend, not break, when change comes.
Behind those seemingly small gestures of help and good will from others lies a more powerful force.
In a place of danger, a box of cards and candy transformed these soldiers’ day.
Baking together as a family offers ways to bond as well as bless others with the goodies from your kitchen.
Sometimes it's the things close by that God wants us to notice.
The self-sacrifice of four U.S. Army chaplains during World War II is remembered today.
Feeling powerless over a deployed son's despair, a military mom goes for a walk and finds spiritual solace.
A military mom learns that within every calamity or bump in the road lies the opportunity for hope and healing.
If someone in your family is serving and you run into a critic of the military, here's how to come from a positive place.
A military mom remembers that some of the best moments in family life come unscripted.
One reason people resist change is because they focus on what they have to give up, instead of what they have to gain.
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