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America's Navy STEM

Today's Sailor can contribute to exciting innovations by pursuing an interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.  Learn more here: Para Padres

Visite esta página para explorar en su idioma las oportunidades de educación y carreras para sus hijos en el Navy.






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 GranmaFaye 16 hours ago

SunFlowerMom - I am so excited. 

Yes, we have to keep praying. 

Comment by SunflowerMom 20 hours ago

GrammaFaye, PIR is the best.  When you see the doors start opening, ahhh!  It is just a sight you wont forget.

raising3247, I will be praying for open ears and hearts.  God's got this! 

Lifting up the families and sailors attached to the USS McCain.  This latest incident is a good reminder to continue lifting up our military, asking for strength and wisdom.

Blessings Ladies!

Comment by GranmaFaye 20 hours ago

Thanks all of you for being with me. I love this site. Even though we have never seen each other, I feel a connection and you are my NavyMom Sisters. (smiling). Prayer continues...and just think, we wanted them to grow up. It's ok though because we know the Highest Power. 

I am so excited about the trip. Leaving tomorrow night.

Comment by raising3247 20 hours ago

Belovedbyhim- You aren't asking any questions that my husband and I haven't already asked.  We were told that they have thought about all of those things but I don't think they have. I know when you're young you think love is all you need but we have told them that love doesn't pay the bills.  Navy life is hard on a marriage and it takes a strong foundation.  I am sitting down with the girlfriend and her mom today and trying to figure out the reasoning for the rush.  They haven't thought anything through but they don't want to listen to our experiences.  

Glenni - She says that she wants to go to college but I just don't see it happening when they are going to barely be able to pay the bills. 

Thank you everyone for praying.  We are just praying that when our son comes home on leave that the two of them will see reason.  

Comment by Glenni 21 hours ago

Raising 3427 I am agreeing in prayer that your son will see reason? If they are committed to purity, the desire to get married can be overwhelming. But I pray they will have the maturity to wait until he gets accustomed to Navy life and she at least graduates. Does she plan to go to college? What does she want to do with her life? So many things for them to consider!

Lord, please help these two families come to a place of agreement and understanding. And please protect these two precious young people!!

Comment by belovedbyHim yesterday

raising 3427-- It sounds mean but I am going to pray that he is held up classing up so that their separation is longer.  If they want to get married after she graduates that is one thing, but she is under 18, still needs to finish High School and he knows NOTHING of navy life!! I feel like you need to sit down with her parents and hash this out.  Praying they are not as flaky as they sound! I lived in San Diego and the list for housing is insane!! The rent is beyond their BHA and BAQ They HAVE to add their own money to be able to afford anywhere that is even semi decent.  Let's say they did get married... is she going to enroll in a new Highschool for her final semester of school?? As a Newly wed?? What is she going to do when  he is at work?? On deployment? Underway for 3 weeks and he needs spending $$ How are they going to get around?? Living off base/ off ship in SD requires a CAR!!! They need a reality check.  I'll be praying for you!!! And him and her!!

Comment by Jocelynn yesterday


I really feel for you and would hate to be in your shoes. My son is the same age.  Praying for all of you.

Comment by Navymom2 yesterday

So happy for your sailor GranmaFaye. GOD is good!!!

Praying for all requests...

Comment by sixpark yesterday
GranmaFaye I'm so happy for you and your granddaughter. She worked hard and will be rewarded.

Raising3247 I'm praying everything works out and they realize they need to wait for this big life decision.
Comment by LindaGirl yesterday
Raising3247...Wow, you & your family will certainly be in my prayers for this situation to resolve itself in a positive way. How long have they been dating? Perhaps you & your husband can meet with the girl's parents & come to some mutual agreement concerning the future of these 2 kids. Then together all 6 of you can talk it out with some sort of resolution, & come up with a plan that would be to everyone's satisfaction.

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