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Finding Joy: The Year Apart That Made Me a Better Wife
by Hope N. Griffin
As a military spouse and mother (with one of her children being a young cancer survivor), Hope has faced some long, lonely nights questioning God’s faithfulness and the strength of her marriage. If you’ve ever found yourself in a long-distance marriage and wondered if it was possible not only to survive but also to thrive, then this book is for you.
Hope invites you—through personal experience, examples of others in history, and Scripture—to explore the possibility of a stronger, more fulfilling marriage. Together we are stronger. Together we can overcome any obstacle. You don’t have to do it alone.
Hope was named Fort Bliss Armed Forces Insurance Military Spouse of the Year 2015. She has an MABS from Dallas Theological Seminary. She writes for various online magazines and blogs, both fiction and nonfiction. Currently, Hope serves as the Director of Family Ministries at First Presbyterian in El Paso, Texas. Her free time is spent loving on her children, volunteering, and drinking coffee on the back porch with her soldier.
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