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Celebrating the Holidays When a Spouse Is Deployed

“It’s my party and I can cry if I want to.” This was my attitude when my husband, a Marine pilot, was deployed over the holidays. His four deployments have separated us over four Thanksgivings, four Christmases, and of course, four Valentine’s Days. It was hard, especially the first few times. Then I discovered the secret of not only coping,... >Full Story

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Lesson 2: Experiencing God’s Love and Forgiveness

This is part 2 in a 4 part series - Lessons for Christian Living It was a small thing-a driver cut you off, a classmate insulted you, your spouse forgot to pick you up-but suddenly you’re swearing and yelling. Or perhaps you find yourself tempted by other actions and attitudes, like gossip or bitterness, that take your focus off God. These...... >Read More



Understanding Your Relationship with Jesus Christ

This is part 1 to a 4 part series - Lessons for Christian Living The following four lessons will also help you think more clearly about your new relationship with God. Once you’ve completed these lessons, you may also want to talk to a minister or a Christian friend about these issues. You’ll soon discover that developing a relationship with...... >Read More



Marvelous Love

On a cold Christmas Eve in 1952, when Korea was in the throes of civil war, one young woman struggled along a village street, obviously soon to deliver a child. She pleaded with passersby, "Help me! Please. My baby." No one paid any attention to her. A middle-aged couple walked by. The wife pushed away the young mother and sneered, "Where's...... >Read More


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