Just Be Faithful

Just Be Faithful

By Leslie Hollowell I’ve started this blog post on several occasions with a few other attempts at different topics. I had planned to write about mentoring at one point, which I pray will happen at another time. Another attempt was to write about “what not to wear”-...
Tethered

Tethered

By Kristi Hall A few years ago while living in Carlsbad, CA, we had the opportunity to hop in a hot air balloon and take a little ride. At the time, we had three boys under the age of 4. As you can imagine, with three different unique personalities, each responded...
I Need My Husband

I Need My Husband

By Beth Foster It’s a scene I’ve been part of countless times. The early morning drive to the base, pajama-clad kids in the back seat, my husband sitting next to me in the passenger seat fiddling with his gear in his sea bag. It’s so early the sun isn’t even up yet,...
You Can Do Hard Things

You Can Do Hard Things

By Ashley Veneman I called out, “You can do hard things!” My five-year-old stood on top of the highest point in the rock climbing gym looking down with determination. “Just jump,” I called out. She looked out in front of her, put her arms in the air, and leapt forward...

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