Military

Stacy L. Pearsall: The Faces of Courage

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!

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Veteran Jas Boothe in her Army uniform
Military Outreach Stories

American Hero: Jas Boothe Fights for Homeless Women Veterans

Army veteran Jas Boothe's non-profit, Final Salute, has helped over 300 homeless women vets and their children

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Guideposts: Tonia Sargent and her husband, Kenny
Military Outreach Stories

TBI: A Military Wife's Mission to Support Her Wounded Warrior

An inspiring story of a military wife finding strength in a different kind of war: helping her husband, a retired 21-year Marine veteran, deal with his traumatic brain injury.

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Guideposts: Clifford Bruton and his friend, Willie
Military Outreach Stories

Our Returning Troops: Back on Track, Thanks to a Therapy Horse

Meet Clifford Bruton, a retired 20-year Navy veteran who discovered a new purpose in the last place he ever expected.

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A Blue Star Theatre event
People Helping People

Is There a Blue Star Theatre Near You?

Another way God uses communities to remind service men and women that they are not forgotten!

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Military family blogger Edie Melson
Family

The Importance of Enjoyment

To better cope with deployment, take care of yourself while your soldier is away. 

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Military family blogger Edie Melson
Stories of Hope

Boots on the Ground

It's only in the middle of a conflict do you get the information you need to succeed.

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Ginger Harrington in the middle of unpacking.
Managing Life Changes

On the Altar of Change

For military families–or all families–moving can be God's training tool for learning to embrace change.

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Live today like he deploys tomorrow.
Family

Live Today Like He Deploys Tomorrow

Learn the difference between forcing good times and just letting them happen by becoming an opportunity maker.

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The American flag in the sun.
Family

Daylight Challenges

The nights may be long, but sometimes it's the daylight hours you have to watch out for.

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