I am delighted to share with you my “Military Mom Prayer Journal.” I created this prayer journal to help you find strength, peace, courage and faith as you travel this military mom journey.
When my soldier was deployed to Afghanistan, it was difficult to get through the day. While he completed missions with bravery and courage, I spent my time being anxious and wishing I could protect him.
During that time, I turned to God in prayer and praise. My faith in God was strengthened as I learned to look to the Lord to protect my soldier and to help me be brave.
Many Bible scriptures and heartfelt prayers got me through those times. By the end of that year, I was a stronger Military Mom and my relationship with God grew closer.
Spilling my thoughts and prayers into a journal helped me to embrace this Military Mom journey with courage and comfort, even in the tough times.
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I was inspired to create this “Military Mom Prayer Journal” to help you lift the weight of worry from your mind while your loved one serves.
This Military Mom Prayer Journal features specific Bible verses to encourage you and give you the spiritual strength to rise to the challenges of military life. Each Bible verse is accompanied by a lined writing page to journal your own Thoughts, Reflections, and Praise.
The 50 Bible verses are focused on the areas that helped me the most as an Army Mom:
- Strength & Courage
- Worry & Anxiety
- Letting Go
- Serving Others
- Peace & Stillness
“So let us come boldly to the throne of our gracious God. There we will receive his mercy, and we will find grace to help us when we need it most.” Hebrews 4:16
I hope you will find strength, peace, courage and faith from the Bible verses as you journal your way to your best life and spend quiet time with God.
“Military Mom Prayer Journal” is available now on Amazon.
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Feature image: Book cover over U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jamia Nalls
Rachel M Torres says
Thank you so much for this inspiring article and journal. My son has been in BMT for about 2.5 weeks and I am on an emotional roller coaster as I cannot just go get him when/if he needs me. This is the first time he has been away from me, so the beautiful bible verses that you chose have been so helpful for me.
Dave Wright says
Family members may like to read stories from veterans who have experienced God’s lifesaving miracles even during combat situations. God is there, always – keep praying for your children. If you would like to read stories of God’s supernatural protection try: NOT ENOUGH TEARS, by Dave Wright, available @ Amazon books. All wars bring the same anxieties and dangers to soldiers. Soldiers change are changed by combat – learn why.