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Recent Military Stories

Photo of troops happily receiving care packages from Operation Rescue

As we celebrate Veteran’s Day, take a moment to show you care.

by Sabra Ciancanelli

Sometimes we need to go the extra mile–several times–for military families.

by Edie Melson

When a loved one's deployment has you overwhelmed, here's help.

by Edie Melson

Stacy L. Pearsall during her military service

After returning from Iraq and retiring from the Air Force, combat photographer Stacy Pearsall devoted herself to creating portraits of her fellow veterans. Listen as she discusses these inspiring photographs. Read Stacy's story!

Stacy L. Pearsall

She didn’t dream of becoming a combat photographer. She just wanted to serve her country.

by Staff Sgt. Stacy L Pearsall, U.S. Air Force (Ret.)
, Goose Creek, South Carolina

Guest blogger Ginger Harrington on one of the hardest, but best, parts of military life.

by Edie Melson

During a stressful deployment, how to see what God has given to help you cope

by Edie Melson

Clifford Bruton and his friend, Willie

Meet a Navy veteran who discovered a new purpose in the last place he ever expected.

by Petty Officer First Class Clifford Bruton, U.S. Navy (Ret.)
, Orlando, Florida

Don't refer to prayer as an afterthought, make it #1 on your to-do list.

by Edie Melson

Deployment is a difficult road, but not one you have to travel alone.

by Edie Melson

Illustration of a meteor shower in the night sky.

In this excerpt from His Mysterious Ways, a meteor shower shines a light on a desperate job seeker.

by Rose T. Zeilman
, Jacksonville, Florida

Veteran Jas Boothe in her Army uniform

Her non-profit organization, Final Salute, has helped over 300 homeless women vets and their children

by Brooke Obie
, Senior Digital Editor, Guideposts.org

Art returning from Desert Storm in 1991. His service began in Vietnam in 1966.

An Army chaplain nearing the end of his career hopes and prays for just a bit of pomp and pageantry to see him off into retirement.

by Chaplain (Colonel) Arthur R. Mack, U.S. Army (Ret .)
, Hendersonville, North Carolina

Behind every service man and woman are the multitudes who love and support them.

by Edie Melson

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