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Affirm someone close to you today

You have the power to transform people around you with one word. Yep, one word!

July 12, 2018 | Capt. Jason Davis 3-15 Inf. Chaplain | Opinion

Reflect on Independence Day

Ah, the Fourth of July-America's favorite summer holiday. There are so many traditions that we look forward to and religiously uphold. Barbeque and picnic foods abound. Red, white, and blue bunting is everywhere. Those symbolic colors adorn everything from our t-shirts to our napkins. They even light up our skies at night. We gather to play horseshoes and cornhole and light sparklers at dusk. Whatever your traditions are, I hope you took the time to not only enjoy them, but to reflect upon what this holiday means.

June 28, 2018 | Chap. (Capt.) Alison Ward 385th Military Police Bn. | Opinion

Finding contagious love

Just the other day I remembered a story from a dear pastor friend. I had been thinking about ways to better example a "Godly love", and with his story, my thinking became a little clearer.

June 14, 2018 | Maj. Archie Neal Durham 188th ABCT Chaplain | Opinion

Memorial Day demands of the living

As we take time to visit Warriors Walk and the other monuments around Fort Stewart and the surrounding communities, we acknowledge what President Lincoln called 'the last full measure of devotion.' On Memorial Day, our nation remembers and honors those who sacrificed their lives in defense of our nation. Across the land, Americans are cleaning monuments, planning parades, laying wreaths, and placing new flags at graves.

June 08, 2018 | Capt. David Dyrenforth 6-8 Cav. Chaplain | Opinion

Memorial Day celebrated

Jesus said, "Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one's life for one's friends." (John 15:13)

June 08, 2018 | Chaplain Angela Berrios 83rd Cbrn Bn. | Opinion

Chaplain Corner

"What is real courage?" In the book, Gates of Fire: The Battle of Thermopylae, by Steven Pressfield, the warriors of Sparta discuss true courage. They distinguish it from the absence of fear or fear of failure. Many things can motivate acts of valor, but not all valor is motivated by courage! Courage is distinct from fear. True courage is a feminine trait, found especially in mothers!

May 18, 2018 | Capt. Andrew Alterman 9th BEB Chaplain | Opinion

Teen Talk

The school year is coming to an end for some and it's a great thing, while for others, not so much. Many of us are going to miss the friends we made throughout the year. But keeping in touch with those friends and building relationships outside of school is what matters.

May 18, 2018 | Nalona Fayson Frontline contributor | Opinion

Safety Spotlight

In Georgia, all-terrain vehicle (ATV) riding is an all-time favorite pastime, where most riders enjoy the experience of off-road activities such as trail riding and "mudding". ATVs are powerful equipment, with some weighing more than 800 pounds and having the ability to exceed 50 mph. To exacerbate the safety concerns is the ATV's high center of gravity and the lack of roll bars, safety cages, or seatbelts. Simply stated, ATVs roll easily and can throw riders or worse-roll onto riders; with the potential of causing serious injuries.

May 11, 2018 | Richard W. Rudolph AFSBn Safety Office | Opinion

Chaplain Corner

Growing up I had heard many ministers use an old adage that went something like, "An idle mind is the devil's playground." The idea was that if a person kept their mind busy they were less likely to get into trouble. Although there is some real truth to such a wise saying, it is not enough to just keep one's mind busy.

May 11, 2018 | Chap. Maj. David Stoner 188th IBCT Chaplain | Opinion

Financial literacy class offered

April is Financial Literacy Month. Research shows that most people lack the essential financial knowledge needed in managing personal financial matters.

April 20, 2018 | Kemuel E. Brown Army Community Service | Opinion

Volunteering if Great

Volunteering is a great way to support your community. Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield and surrounding areas have plenty of volunteer opportunities. Now is the perfect time to volunteer because school is about to end and although volunteer hours are not required at various schools anymore, this is a good way to learn new skills and build your resume.

April 20, 2018 | Nalona Fayson Frontline contributor | Opinion

Beautiful Day

April showers bring May flowers. The last few weeks have been pretty rainy and even a little cool at times. But Mother Nature made up for it and the past few days have been bright and sunny. Why not enjoy it while you can? This is perfect weather for spending time outside like going to the beach and listening to music, playing at the park with friends, or simply soaking up the sun rays by the pool. Most of us are on spring break and having fun is all over our "spring break list."

April 06, 2018 | Nalona Fayson Teen Contributor | Opinion

Teen Talk

We all know that plants and trees are the earth's source of oxygen. With the great amount of pollution, it can be harder to breathe in pure air. Having plants actually in your home is more beneficial than you may think.

March 29, 2018 | Nalona Fayson Contributor to the Frontline | Opinion

How to beat bullying

Bullying. We have all heard the word, but do we really know what it means? The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (2018) vaguely defines bullying as unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance that causes distress or harm in the child being bullied. In reading that definition, we may conclude that bullying is some form of aggressive physical behavior towards another.

March 22, 2018 | Jacqueline Auberger Winn ACH Behavioral Health | Opinion

Following the Bergamini Family in WWII

Our influence in the South Pacific is hotly contested. The United States has been involved militarily in this region three times during the last century.

March 22, 2018 | Maj. Ken Harris Winn ACH Chaplain | Opinion

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Spouse’s Corner: Spotlight on Michelline Turnbow

Michelline Turnbow, a two-year military spouse from Lincoln, Nebraska, who earned her degree in psychology from Texas A&M University, realized that one way of ...

August 17, 2018 | Anna Hagerty Frontline contributor | Opinion

Preparing for the storms of life

We're in hurricane season now. Along Southern U.S. coasts, that's a big deal. We know how destructive hurricanes can be. We also ...

August 03, 2018 | Maj. Jerald Jacobs USAG Chaplain | Opinion


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