Life is busy.
Daily obligations demand your attention. This journal is for you. For a few minutes, focus on this moment. Grab a cuppa, snatch five minutes, take hold of a pen and breathe deeply. That’s everything you need to step into a journey of attitudes, read a Proverb and scribble your thoughts for the next thirty-one days. When you are finished, you have a personal journal to keep for years and look back at how far you’ve come since your journey had begun.
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A Series for Families
Military families face unique situations that many in the civilian world will never confront. Long separations due to deployments, and uprooting households every few years can impact the entire family and influence children through every phase of life. Defending the Military Family takes time-tested principles and spurs group and couple discussion. It is a practical way to gain insights into how to deal with issues raising children while serving in the armed forces.
A Series for Couples
From her first day in Seoul, Korea, author Beatrice Fishback quickly discovered that her fairy tale military marriage was indeed just a romantic ideal. As a result of constant separations, multiple moves and three overseas assignments, she and her husband, Jim, found themselves approaching a marital impasse and ultimately, isolation. In this ten-part study, she encourages wives to love their husbands by applying the advice Paul gives in Philippians 4:8 to focus on whatever is true, honorable, righteous, lovely, of good repute, excellent, and worthy of praise.
Tools for Communication
Facing Your Fears Prayer Card
Fears are a reality for the active duty member and their spouse. Fear is also a reality for children, parents and siblings of military members.
For military couples to connect intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually so that can have a harmonious reunion during reintegration.
Keys to Communication Card
Three steps to keep communication open with your spouse.
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