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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 belovedbyHim on January 13, 2018 at 4:28pm

ArmyNavyMarineMom-- I'm sure you won't see these today but know that you are in our prayers and that we are praying for you to be comforted as you lay your Marine to rest and we pray that this will bring about reconciliation with your other children.  We mourn with those who mourn!! May God's peace be upon you today and in the coming weeks and months!

Comment by CO-TwinSalorsMom on January 13, 2018 at 2:25pm

You have been in my prayers all week ANMmom. Praying for you today as you bury your sweet son. I won't say you are saying your goodbyes as you never will. He will always be in your heart. 

Comment by LindaGirl on January 13, 2018 at 12:26pm

ArmyNavyMarineMom, thinking if you today in my prayers and thoughts.  (((HUGS)))

Comment by Chipmunk on January 13, 2018 at 10:12am

 NavyArmyMarineMom - praying for your entire family today!!

Comment by MomByHeart on January 13, 2018 at 3:13am

Will be praying for you, NavyArmyMarine Mom as you attend service for your sweet son.  I will pray for a beginning of restoration of relationships as well as strength to make it through the day. Hugs!

Comment by CatMom509 on January 12, 2018 at 3:44am

LIfting up NavyArmyMarineMom as her Marine son comes home and for God's grace in this whole situation~~  (((HUGS)))

Comment by CatMom509 on January 12, 2018 at 3:43am

Chipmunk,

Prayers for you as we proceed on with this new year and whatever blessings and promises the Lord has for us~ Hold on to your sweet memories of your parents and other loved ones. I like to make the recipes my Mommy used to make and the way she would make scrambled eggs for me (mixing up the yolks and whites in the frying pan), making macaroni & cheese with the large spoons she always used for that, and just thinking of her.  It's been 16 years since she passed away on the last day of December in 2001~~

My youngest daughter is a 2001 baby and she's in 11th grade this year.  I've homeschooled her all her life. She just started dual enrollment at our local community college and is doing well! I also homeschooled my 2 oldest girls since they were in 4th and 3rd grades.  My oldest is my Navy baby, an IT and she is doing fantastic!

((HUGS))

Comment by Glenni on January 11, 2018 at 5:05pm

NavyArmyMarineMom, may God continue to fill you with peace. I am praying for you and will especially lift you up as your son's body comes home and you say your final good-byes. 

Chipmunk, thank you for all that you shared. What a precious blessing it would be if you were able to be with NavyArmyMarineMom during this time.

I just love this amazing group of sisters in Christ who are committed to bearing one another's burdens and sharing each other's joys.

Comment by LindaGirl on January 11, 2018 at 12:49pm

NavyArmyMarineMom, you are in my prayers and thoughts, and will be especially on Saturday.  I pray that some sort of reconciliation will take place with your daughter and others who you may want to reconnect with, at least on talking terms.  I always fall back on, “The Lord never gives us more then we can handle” when things get tough, and that he is always there beside us, as the poem, “Footprints in the Sand” remind us.

Chipmunk, what a beautiful gesture, wanting to be there for her at her son’s funeral.  She needs all the support we can give her.   I wish I lived closer to support ArmyNavyMarineMom in person, as well, but living on the East Coast makes that very difficult.  Losing both your mom and dad in such a short period of time, couldn’t have been easy, and I pray for you as well, that “time” will help heal the pain you are still feeling.

(((HUGS))) to both of you, during difficult times and in between.

Comment by Chipmunk on January 11, 2018 at 11:07am

 NavyArmyMarineMom - I understand what you are saying. And thank you for sharing more of your story. I am new to this site so I did not know all of your past but I realize it has been a hard one. I am thankful, as I know you are, that we can abide in the everlasting arms of Jesus and rejoice in Him through His word, when our soul just wants to cry. Thank you for your kind words.

I will be praying for traveling mercies for all of your family and your son's body. And I will continue to pray for restoration. I also noticed you mentioned going to OK for the funeral. If you would like to friend me, please feel free to. I don't know if this is near OKC, but I would be very honored to attend the service if I knew where it was. 

 

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