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✟CHRISTIAN NAVY MOMS

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✟CHRISTIAN NAVY MOMS

This is a group for Christian moms to make new friends, pray for one another, and share about our lives and faith. We are non-denominational, and our only request is that you are a follower of Christ and believe that the Bible is the Word of God.

Some of our sailors are currently serving; some of us have sailors who are now veterans.  Some of our sailors were born to us; some of us have sailors whom we have chosen to love and help raise. Whatever your situation, you are welcome here. 

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Comment by Mississippi Mom on March 21, 2017 at 3:00pm

cao503, one thing that I would add to the already great advise that you have received, is try to stay as busy as you can.   We tackled a remodeling project.  So after work everyday we were so busy, that it helped to make the time fly by!  When our son came home before going to Japan, he could not believe what all we had accomplished.  We told him that staying busy helped us through missing him so much.  I have always done things like that when my kids were younger and would be gone to camps.  I would re-paint their rooms or find something that would help me not dwell on them being gone.  Your son will be so busy in Boot Camp, that his time will go by pretty fast, so if you have something to focus on, too, it will help time go by fast, as well. I would also add that increasing your prayer life will also help, and will also help him. Hang in there, you will miss, but your are going to super proud of him when you see him. 

Comment by Mississippi Mom on March 21, 2017 at 2:52pm

WestMiMom, praying for your son and for him to see God's perfect plan for his life. Also,praying that whatever is going on is nothing too serious.  Lifting you up as well in my prayers.  Nothing on earth like a Mother's love for their children.  

Comment by SunflowerMom on March 21, 2017 at 11:46am

I do have to chuckle, Co-TwinSailorsMom-its to often that I want to move to the mountains (Colorado and Tennessee, not Alaska) and live off the grid just to get away from the stresses of life.  Pray that God will protect, direct and  use the time long or short to speak to your love to your son.  

Comment by SunflowerMom on March 21, 2017 at 11:45am

Good Morning/Evening Ladies!  During my quiet time this morning I was reminded of the many verse(s), that we are to be strong and courageous because the Lord Our God is With Us!  

This is my prayer for our kids and a reminder for us that we are not alone! 

I am seeing that I need to head back to my closet and lift up the many requests shared in the last few days.  We can take comfort that we are a group, unite in purpose and filled with love, for each other and for our Lord. 

Comment by cao503 on March 21, 2017 at 11:28am
Thank you for the prayers...dropped him off yesterday and he goes to bc today. Struggling to be strong...
Comment by sixpark on March 20, 2017 at 9:36pm
Saying prayers for all of the new SR and their families. This is a hard time, but things do get better. WestMiMom and cao503, I hope you find comfort in knowing you have our support and you're not alone. Sending prayers for Heather too.
Comment by MN Mom of MM on March 20, 2017 at 8:41pm
Laurie and all you wonderful women of God thanks for the prayers for Heather. They are seeing about some treatment for strengthening bones.
Comment by LindaGirl on March 20, 2017 at 8:08pm

CO-TwinSailorsMom, Praying for your son & his safety, to find himself, & realize that there are people out there who love him & are there for him whenever he is ready to talk, & ask for help, with whatever his needs may be. Also praying for you to be able to find peace & comfort in your son's decision, & to believe that the Lord is with your son, & will watch over him, as he gives you the strength to deal with your son's situation.

Comment by CO-TwinSalorsMom on March 20, 2017 at 7:32pm

WestMiMom, So sorry that your son is having a medical issue and being medically separated. Prayers for him. 

Also for Heather. May God give her strength. 

My news is that my son who is done with his 4 year commitment is planing to Move to Alaska in a month.

I am worried for him as his time in the Navy seems to have turned his attitude south. He wants to be off the grid and be alone. This was a pretty social kid. He was the strongest in his faith of my tow also. Can't get his to talk about things. Pray for his safety please.

Comment by Laurenw on March 20, 2017 at 7:13pm
MN of MM
I've been praying for Heather along with the other wonderful people in this group. God hears our prayers!
 

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