Change the World One Life at a Time

"I don't know what your story is, where you've been, what you've done, or what has been done to you.  But I do know from God's Word that you are not here, in this place and this time, by accident.  As you give God your time, your gifts, your resources and talents, he will use … Continue reading Change the World One Life at a Time

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An Uphill Battle

I want to throw out a disclaimer in advance regarding this blog entry.... My goal is not to be debbie-downer, but instead to raise awareness to the plight and struggle soooooo many veterans and their families are facing.  My hopes are this: #1) The totally broken VA healthcare system will be destroyed and rebuilt in … Continue reading An Uphill Battle

PTSD and WIVES

This week are sharing an article written by Susan Barrera previously posted at www.theveteransvoice.com PTSD AND WIVES (by Susan Barrera) I will be writing about wives who are living with their husbands’ PTSD, but since we now have women in combat, I imagine this will also apply to their husbands. It has been my experience that many … Continue reading PTSD and WIVES

Revisiting the Past

I recently had the honor and privilege of visiting the United States Marine Corps base at Camp Lejeune, NC. My husband had been stationed there several years ago. He had many wonderful memories, but the last time he was there and the circumstances leading up to his departure had been heartbreaking and honestly devastating. The … Continue reading Revisiting the Past

We All Face Challenges

My husband doesn't really enjoy accolades and he'll tell you that he doesn't handle compliments very well, to which I respond, "Get over it, because in this family you're going to get both!" 🙂 This week my husband joined a group of 14 other combat veterans to participate in the Save a Warrior Project hosted … Continue reading We All Face Challenges