Recent Military Stories

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,

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

When it comes to prayer, how to throw away the negative laundry list and turn it into one of thanksgiving

by Edie Melson

How to combat the fear and stress for military families at a tough time

by Edie Melson

How a relative struggled to survive the aftermath of war

by Edward Grinnan

Will your loved one be deployed? How to cope with that worry.

by Edie Melson

Making a difference in the lives they touch

by Katie Allen Berlandi

When the gift of imagination becomes a liability, not an asset

by Edie Melson

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