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Military Families

The brave men and women who serve in the armed forces face heavy stress, unique concerns, and frequent transitions – and that can take a toll on any family. Fortunately, it is possible for military families to survive the challenges of active duty. In fact, many will say they’re stronger for having walked through military life together. The following articles can show you how.

Managing Military Separations and Homecomings

How am I supposed to handle the sudden role changes that accompany my military spouse's comings and goings? He is a wonderful husband and father, but we're often apart for long periods of time. When he's deployed, I have to take care of all aspects of our family's life; when he returns, he takes the upper hand in certain areas. I want to defer to his leadership, but shifting gears is hard for me. How can I do a better job of transitioning?

Cru Military Outreach

Our purpose, as the military ministry of Cru, is to fulfill the Great Commission in the power of the Holy Spirit by winning people to faith in Jesus Christ, building them in their faith and sending them to win and build others while helping the body of Christ to do evangelism and discipleship.

Heros at Home

This encouraging book is more than just a helpful guide for families on active duty. Ellie offers today's generation of families the encouragement they need as they encounter the challenges military families face, whether they're Reserves, National Guard, or full-time active duty.

Fighting For Your Military Marriage

Lieutenant Colonel Tony and Penny Monetti discuss the common marital challenges that come with a career in the armed forces and how military couples can persevere through times of difficulty.

Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs

Our mission is to operate on a standing commitment to reach the brokenhearted, with a specific calling to assist our nation’s military Warriors and families find a new life purpose through a hope in Christ, after enduring hardship through their service to America.

Cadance International

Cadence serves all branches of the U.S. military in American and overseas locations. Comprised of nearly four million people, the U.S. military community has proven to be one of the largest, most responsive sub-cultures today. Cadence ministers not only to military personnel, but to their spouses and dependents as well.

Club Beyond

Each location a Military Teen arrives at presents a new set of doors for them to walk through. They never really know what is going to be on the other side of that door to a new school, a new house, a new locker room or a new auditorium. We want teens and parents to know that upon arriving at an installation with Club Beyond, they are going to walk through a door that welcomes them, cheers them on, provides adventure and the invitation to live life abundantly with the experience of God's love.​

8 FREE Retreats for Military Families and Veterans

Military Families and Veterans: Learn to reconnect and build better relationships with these free retreats and vacations for the whole family!

Helping Military Families

During the final days of the Gulf War, I took our 3-year-old son, Daniel, his 2-year-old brother, Philip, and our infant daughter, Bethany, to watch their father launch his F-4 Phantom jet. He would soon be going to the Middle East.

Post-Adoption Services for Military Families

Are you an adoptive family that serves in the military? Bethany provides support services to help you with the challenges of adoption.

The Impact of PTSD on Military Families (Part 1 of 2)

A panel of guests discusses what post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is, how it impacts individuals and families, and where they can turn for help. (Part 1 of 2)

The Impact of PTSD on Military Families (Part 2 of 2)

A panel of guests discusses what post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is, how it impacts individuals and families, and where they can turn for help. (Part 2 of 2)

Help for Lonely Military Spouses

Do you have resources for a military spouse who's struggling desperately with feelings of loneliness? I honestly believe that loneliness is the source of most other issues military families experience: alcoholism, addiction, divorce, even suicide. I knew I'd be lonely during a deployment, but now I know it happens other times, too; for the past month my husband has been working 16-hour days! The military offers some support programs, but it would be nice to find help that isn't affiliated. Can you suggest something?

Keeping Love Alive During Deployment (Part 1 of 2)

Daily Broadcast: Gary Chapman and Jocelyn Green offer advice and encouragement to military couples.

  • Life is full of surprises, challenges and questions – and sometimes we all need help finding answers. Are you struggling in your marriage? Is your son or daughter involved in activities that have you worried? Or maybe you’re facing an unexpected pregnancy or navigating conflict with your aging parents. Whether you’re in the midst of a major crisis or simply a perplexing situation, we have compiled resources that can point you in the right direction. And remember – we’re constantly updating our content, so check back frequently for the latest and greatest resources.

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