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WASHINGTON — At least 13 people died Monday during a shooting at the Washington

Navy Yard, officials said. One gunman died in the shooting, and police are seeking

another possible shooter…

IT’S TIME TO REACH

OUT and MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Pray Without Ceasing~Encourage Someone ~Share Some Love

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Blessing and encouragement for the Moms, Dads, Wives, Husbands, Sisters, Brothers, Friends and More supporting our soldiers

Give the gift that matters most in the place it’s needed most. Last year CBA stores took up the challenge of sending 500,000 Bibles to our men and women in uniform. Now available for the general trade in pink camo, a special edition for the wives, mothers, sisters and friends that are supporting our American military around the world.”

 True to its word, Tyndale has come out with an “Operation Worship Bible” geared especially for the supporting wives, mothers, sisters and friends in a soldier’s life. With an adorable pink camoflauge cover and written in the NLT translation, this is a perfect gift to give to someone whose loved one is giving their time, family and life protecting our country. On a personal level, we make it a routine to send out several of these, to the men and women who are in active duty right now, with messages letting them know we are thinking of them, how appreciative we are of the service they are doing and that they are in our thoughts and prayers, so it was an honor and a blessing to review this special version for the women in those soldiers lives. With room to leave a personal message, it is perfect to place in a gift basket, just give as is and as I found out, perfect to carry in a diaper bag or purse. The devotionals that are placed inside, are inspiring as well as encouraging and in the very end, it also shares how to pass on a free bible to others who can benefit from the comfort of reading our Father’s Word. So if you know of that special someone who can benefit from this or just want to find a way to let someone you know, whose husband, father, brother or friend is currently in the service, that they are not in this alone, I highly recommend sending them one of these bibles.

The cover is a reminder of the important part that a mother, wife, sister, grandmother and friend plays in our soldier’s lives and a source of strength, comfort and encouragement as we all pray for our soldier’s who are serving our country.

IT’S TIME TO REACH OUT AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Give the gift that matters most in the place it’s needed most. Now available for the general trade in green camo, a special edition for the soldiers that serve the United States around the world.

THE CHALLENGE STARTS HERE…At Robin’Spiritual Nest

THE CHALLENGE STARTS HERE FOR THE ARMY

THE CHALLENGE STARTS HERE FOR THE HOMEFRONT

THE CHALLENGE STARTS HERE FOR THE NAVY

THE CHALLENGE STARTS HERE FOR MARINES

THE CHALLENGE STARTS HERE FOR THE AIRFORCE

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Appreciate The Military Folks You Meet

by Michael D. Hume, M.S.

I met a new friend today, by the name of Anthony, who is a neighbor here in the beautiful southern Colorado countryside. I dropped by his house to ask about his fence (Colonel Wife wants one just like it), and he was kind enough to give me the name and number of the guy who installed it (another neighbor). During the course of the conversation, I learned that Anthony and I have something in common: we were both serving in the 82nd Airborne Division in the early ’80s.

When I meet a combat veteran like Anthony, I’m sometimes embarrassed to say what I did during my military service: I was just a lowly Army journalist, not a front-line trooper like Anthony. But I’m never embarrassed to talk about the unit with which I served. The 82nd Airborne Division is nicknamed “America’s Guard of Honor” for many good reasons, and serving with the 82nd helped give me a combination of confidence and humility that’s served me well throughout my career, from business ownership, to private investing, to working for all kinds of companies from manufacturers to dinner theaters.

Anthony told me he “got blown up” in Afghanistan, serving with another unit (he had moved on from the 82nd). That incident ended a long career with the military, and though he said he still suffers a little from his disability (I couldn’t tell), he’s almost back to 100 per cent. I shook his hand, and I definitely thanked him for his service.

I travel quite a bit, and whenever I’m in an airport I always make a point of having a supply of blank greeting cards inscribed (anonymously) with “Thank you for your service” and which include a $20 bill. I try to hand out one or two in every airport, to uniformed American service members. My favorite airport in which I got to hand out cards was the Frankfurt airport in Germany – and I was saddened to hear that, a few months ago, some terrorists killed a couple of our uniformed military guys in that same airport. Remember this: wherever they are, even in what seems like the relative safety of a public airport in a “safe” country, our military folks are always in danger. Do what you can to give them aid and comfort when you see them. You don’t have to give hand-outs, such as $20 bills, but do stick your hand out and say thank you.

The world is a tough and dangerous place, and the gathering global clouds promise to bring more than just economic storms. The middle east and northern Africa are on fire… Europe is struggling… China wants new predominance but still struggles to feed its millions… and America, the nation to which the rest of the world looks for leadership and assistance, is beset by every sort of challenge from economic disaster to the wrath of Mother Nature. Whether it’s protecting our national interests from armed bad guys overseas, or helping pull little old ladies out of rising flood waters in Missouri, our military folks are out there trying to make America and the world safer and better, every single day.

Whether you agree or not with the “mission” they’ve been given in certain parts of the world, our military members deserve our appreciation, and our gratitude. It’s not too much to ask. And you should always look for things to appreciate. Being good at appreciation is one of the first steps toward becoming good at inspiration.

Last year, stores within The Association for Christian Retail accepted the challenge of sending 100,000 Bibles in 100 days to men and women in uniform. The goal was reached threefold, and this year, the goal is 500,000 Bibles by Dec. 31. Just like last year, you can write a personal message to one of the members of our military on the inside cover of the Bible and then return to a LifeWay Christian Store to be sent. But unlike last year, there is a Bible for each branch of the armed forces, so you can choose which branch to send it to.

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Give the gift that matters most in the place it’s needed most.  Now available for the general trade in green camo, a special edition for the soldiers that serve the United States around the world.

THE CHALLENGE STARTS HERE…At Robin’Spiritual Nest

THE CHALLENGE STARTS HERE FOR THE ARMY

THE CHALLENGE STARTS HERE FOR THE HOMEFRONT

THE CHALLENGE STARTS HERE FOR THE NAVY

THE CHALLENGE STARTS HERE FOR MARINES

THE CHALLENGE STARTS HERE FOR THE AIRFORCE

Remembering our American Heroes

“Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.”

Matthew 5:4 

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Honoring and Remembering Our Heroes Memorial Day is a day to honor and remember those who have served our country.  Some of whom did not make it back home. We cannot put into words how much their sacrifice means to us and they will always be remembered as heroes in our hearts. We will always mourn those we lost, but know we can find comfort in God. Let him know your sorrows and He will bring you peace.  We still have men and women serving us today and a great way to show appreciation is to send care packages with food, books, toiletries, etc. A great addition to any care package is American Hero Tea.  Not only are you giving them a delicious tea to enjoy, but showing them that they are heroes in our hearts.

See how the Nest honors our American Heroes – www.spiritualnest.net