Work: A Form of Worship

Most people compartmentalize their lives. As a young Air Force officer, I set up a compartment for military duties, a compartment for family, and a compartment for recreation.  Unlike many, […]


You want the flare of your faith to burn as intensely as a fire on the battlefield. That means digging into God’s truth regardless of the chaos raging around you. […]

I Want To Go Home!

“Oh Mom, I want to go Home!!” Three days after Jim and I exchanged our wedding vows, bits of rice and confetti could still be found in our clothing from […]

Defending the Military Marriage

Servicemen and women get top-notch training to complete their mission to defend life and liberty. But they sometimes find that they’re ill-equipped to complete the lifelong mission spelled out in […]

The Rewards of Humility (4)

The Rewards of Humility Paul tells us that as we tap into the help of the Holy Spirit to become more humble, we’ll be rewarded. Just as Jesus was exalted […]

Paul’s Requirements for Humility (3)

Paul’s Requirements for Humility Now that we know what humility is and why we should demonstrate it consistently, we come to the hard part. What does it look like? Paul […]

Pasta and Discussion

“I don’t understand this,” declared Xiu. “Is it the language?” I asked. “No, it is the Bible. I am not a Christian, so it is all new to me,” answered […]

Why Be Humble? (2)

Why be humble? Many serving in the armed forces equate humility to weakness. They believe military men and women must be strong, decisive, and self-assured. If you want to be […]

Spiritual Fitness

The definition used by the military says that “spiritual fitness” is about core values, beliefs, and the source of one’s meaning in life. The U.S. Army’s Comprehensive Soldier Fitness Program lists five […]

What is Humility? (1)

What is Humility? In 1980, country singer Mac Davis proclaimed, “Oh, Lord, it’s hard to be humble when you’re perfect in every way.” Although I’ve never heard anyone in the […]