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How We’re Learning by Ginger Harrington Free From Trying to Get Ourselves Together My good friend stands at the mailbox, holding the weight of too many burdens on her shoulders. I can tell she’s had a difficult day as I...
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How We’re Learning by Ginger Harrington   Free from the past Four years ago a few women met to talk about big dreams, casting a vision for the future. With our eyes on God, we prayed and planned, reaching toward...
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How We’re Learning by Ginger Harrington There’s no place like home. The military is a mobile lifestyle with moves, TDYs, and deployments. Our home may move from place to place, but the sense of coming home is something we value. Houses...
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 Monday Minute With God: What I’m Learning by Jennifer Wake   In fall and spring many military families are awaiting orders to PCS. Our family usually gets orders about 60 days before we move.   Working well under pressure, I don’t mind...
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Can I share a story with you that hurts my heart? Beth is a new believer, excited to know more about Jesus. A military gal, she’s seen her share of  challenges and she’s bravely reaching out to God. People tell her...
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The day my mom was diagnosed with cancer, the world seemed to close in. My husband had recently deployed, and our family was still settling into our first overseas assignment. The fear and grief of the moment threatened to overwhelm,...
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Monday Minute with God. Seeking God enables us to become the parents God desires us to be....
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Prayer Tuesday This morning the snow falls soft and quiet, blanketing the world with a magic all its own. Snow  covers the trees, tracing designs and patterns across the sky as branches reach heavenward. The evergreens bow down under the...
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I turn the page, calendar blank as a new year begins. A new year filled with days yet to be lived, time waiting for the light of eternity to meet the moment. What will be? How will I live? What will I...
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“I miss Virginia—my friends and our house.” Seems like I heard this comment sighed from the lips of one of my children every few days. It is 2007 and our family is still adjusting to life in Japan. The weather...
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