How to handle adversity in the military

As a Chaplain in our nation’s military, your life can become very challenging at times.  When it does do you find yourself asking, “why is this happening to me?”   Having spent years in the military and someone who has wrestled with this topic for years, I have learned three key truths about how to answer the “Why”...

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How to Love Your Spouse

Have you ever struggled with being able to love your spouse?   During a particularly difficult day, Jesus told His followers to treat people the way they would want to be treated. “In everything, therefore, treat people the same way you would want them to treat you” (Matt. 7:12). Most of us refer to...

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How you can get more accomplished in your day

How many times have you gone to bed after a long, unproductive day hoping that tomorrow will be different?  Maybe you want to spend more time with your family, exercise more regularly or get a few projects done around the house.  Then you wake up the next day and fall right back into the...

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A Christian Response to Military Suicides

Dealing with Tough Times: Stay alert for suicidal thoughts! Certain thoughts, feelings and emotions are usually present in people who attempt suicide. LISTEN UP…BE AWARE…ARE YOU EXPERIENCING: Strong feeling of hopelessness, helplessness, worthlessnss? Lonliness; feelings of isolationfrom others and disconnected from positive relationships? Severe emotional pain and hurt, even though...

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7 Ways to Support Military Families

We are always looking for volunteers to help us serve the military couples at our seminars.  Here are ways you can volunteer to help: 1. Military Marriage Seminar Volunteer This would entail things like helping with registration; resource table; setup and tear down; and seminar host — liaison between hotel,...

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