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Open Book

Book Summary

In the summer of 2024, in partnership with B & H Publishing, Beth will be releasing a book written specifically for military wives based on the biblical character of Sarah. This book offers hope-filled and practical content for wives to enable them to experience the peace of the Lord in the midst of chaos and change by looking at the biblical character of Sarah.

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This book will equip military wives to get a handle on the chaos and uncertainty of their life with a firm hold on a sovereign God by gaining insights from the life of Sarah. The lessons will address some of the most common challenges encountered by military wives, such as:

  • Loneliness

  • Adjusting to moving far from home.

  • Relationship challenges.

  • Seasons of single parenting.

  • Supporting their warrior in combat.

  • Relinquishing control.

Sarah, Abraham’s wife, faced many parallels to the military life that every military wife can identify with, including:

  • A Permanent Change of Station (PCS) (a.k.a. military move)

  • A husband who deployed into combat

  • A husband who was called to serve his God and people

  • A life that seemed out of control but was divinely being orchestrated by God.

Military wives will also be encouraged in their valiant choice to willingly follow their military husband from insights in the book of Ruth. Ruth’s character will encourage the women to find their strength in the Lord as they face challenges. Women will also be pointed to Jesus and instructed that he has his eye on her as she faces these transitions. She will be reminded that Jesus is a certainty in this tumultuous life. Jesus cares for each woman and has a purpose for her as she finds herself in new communities, meeting new people, and navigating the military lifestyle.  

 

Each day of the book will include a short personal story, insight from Scripture that is contextualized to the military life, brief reflection questions, and a suggested prayer.

familyphotoinuniform.jpeg

This book will equip military wives to get a handle on the chaos and uncertainty of their life with a firm hold on a sovereign God by gaining insights from the life of Sarah. The lessons will address some of the most common challenges encountered by military wives, such as:

  • Loneliness

  • Adjusting to moving far from home.

  • Relationship challenges.

  • Seasons of single parenting.

  • Supporting their warrior in combat.

  • Relinquishing control.

Sarah, Abraham’s wife, faced many parallels to the military life that every military wife can identify with, including:

  • A Permanent Change of Station (PCS) (a.k.a. military move)

  • A husband who deployed into combat

  • A husband who was called to serve his God and people

  • A life that seemed out of control but was divinely being orchestrated by God.

Military wives will also be encouraged in their valiant choice to willingly follow their military husband from insights in the book of Ruth. Ruth’s character will encourage the women to find their strength in the Lord as they face challenges. Women will also be pointed to Jesus and instructed that he has his eye on her as she faces these transitions. She will be reminded that Jesus is a certainty in this tumultuous life. Jesus cares for each woman and has a purpose for her as she finds herself in new communities, meeting new people, and navigating the military lifestyle.  

 

Each day of the book will include a short personal story, insight from Scripture that is contextualized to the military life, brief reflection questions, and a suggested prayer.

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