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There are days when it’s too much. But still, Jesus conquered death on the cross, and our broken hearts are salvaged.
Military parents and their young kids often get the lion’s share of attention and support. But don’t overlook the family's teenagers.
It can be tricky, but we can respond with grace to a negative event or attitude.
After the initial wail of “I can’t take this!” we can turn to God and draw closer.
When her son was deployed, an anxious military mom took inspiration from the family dog to find a more positive way of thinking.
If you’re preoccupied by problems, you have an option. Shift your focus to something positive, just for a moment.
Facing a mound of paperwork with efficiency and a calm spirit.
A military mom learns how to see the positive aspects of having to move frequently.
Nowhere in the Bible does it say, “And then God failed me.”
The good news is that God is with us whether we are happy or hurting. His love is far deeper than even our most overwhelming sorrows.
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