The COVID-19 pandemic may produce the most resilient generations we have ever seen

This unprecedented time of uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic has illicit fear, panic, and cynicism across the globe, but I believe that through this season, we will see some of the most resilient generations rise up.

In this post, I share 3 key factors that can help you become more resilient during this time and overcome the effects from this crisis.

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The Secret to Living in Joy as a Military Wife

Navigating life as military spouse can often be a difficult, ever-changing journey. In this post, I am sharing how to be joyful as a military spouse in every step along the way. The true secret to be a joyful military spouse is mastering the art of contentment.

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Three Things We Have Learned as Christian Newlyweds

Welcome back to Feature Friday This week, newlywed couple, Ben and Sally Volletine, are going to be sharing with us three important things they have learned over the past six months of being married and yoked to Christ as husband and wife. Ben and Sally actually met while serving during a summer internship at Church…

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Hush Little Baby, I’m Trying Not to Cry

***Warning*** If you are experiencing or have experienced depression or anxiety (whether you have had a baby or not), the content of this post and mothers’ stories may be triggering for you. Please seek help if you begin to have depressive or anxiety symptoms. If you experience a crisis after reading, I have also provided phone numbers to free 24/7 crisis lines below: National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 National Crisis Text Line – text “HOME” to 741741 for free crisis support It’s been…

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