The following military marriage links are designed to help military families. We pray that you will find them to be helpful. May God Bless Your Entire Family!

Military Marriage Web Site Links

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• Christian Military Fellowship CMF is an association of believers who are committed to encouraging Men and Women in the United States Armed Forces, and their families. They inspire them to love and serve the Lord Jesus Christ. This is an indigenous ministry. Through this ministry they serve all elements of that society. This includes all military services, ranks, family members, civilian employees, Christian denominations and traditions. Their members, staff and constituents work to introduce people to Jesus Christ. In addition, they work to help Christians to grow in faith.

Christian Military This is a multi-denominational, Bible based, non-profit organization. It assists military wives and their families through encouragement, aid and education. Here’s what they say about themselves: “We are a group of Bible-believing military wives. All of us are committed to wholeheartedly serve Christ through the strengthening of one another. We strive to live a life of honor to our husbands stationed around the globe in duty to our country. Above all, we proclaim liberty to the captives and freedom for the oppressed. We also provide a place of encouragement, growth, acceptance, fellowship, support, prayer, and the like for our fellow military sisters in Christ.”

Also: This web site presents to Airmen step-by-step, the love that God has for them. It shares the joy and peace He wants them to experience. God has a wonderful plan for his/her life as a soldier and as an individual. This web site takes Marines step-by-step in explaining how God loves them and wants them to experience peace and joy. It tells them how He has a wonderful plan for his/her life as a soldier and as an individual. This web site explains to Sailors step-by-step how much God loves them. He also wants them to experience joy and peace in their lives. In addition, God has a wonderful plan for them as a sailor and as an individual. This web site takes you step-by-step in explaining how God wants you to experience love, peace and joy in your life as a soldier and as an individual through a relationship with Jesus Christ.

Additional Military Marriage Links: This web site connects women to Christ, church, and community. This particular section of their website is designed to bring hope, comfort and encouragement to all military women in their transition and adjustment of moving. It is written by and for military spouses, moms, and those who serve on active duty. As you read about women who are going through the same feelings and emotions like you, may it encourage you to know that you are not alone. As you hear their testimonies of God’s faithfulness, may it bring you hope. And as you embrace God’s word from others, may it bring you comfort.

Military Marriage Mentoring 12 Conversations This program provides an intentional plan for strengthening military marriages. The authors are Dr. Edward Gray, LMFT and Leanne Braddock, M.Ed., M.A.C., Commander, U.S. Navy (Retired). Since her retirement, Leanne has been working as a therapist. Dr. Gray is a Professor of Counseling in the ministry department at Harding University Graduate School of Religion in Memphis, Tennessee. This program is an outgrowth of his 25 years of marriage counseling. It includes his teaching, and his concern for the success of military families and marriages.

Plus: This web site, which is a ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ, helps care for the spiritual well-being of troops and their families. They do this in many ways. But all of it is with the focus on the gospel. This is because “faith comes by hearing, and hearing comes by the Word of God.” They seek to help every troop, every leader, every family member hear and receive the life saving message about Jesus. They proclaim that their “heart’s desire and earnest prayer to God is that they (military men, women, and families) might be saved.” Only in this way will they be truly ready—spiritually ready, to face the challenges which will certainly come their way.

Military One Source This free support service is provided by the Department of Defense to service members and their families. This web site has loads of information. A 24 hour/365 days a year toll free number is also available: 1-800-342-9647. It’s found on the web site

In Addition there are these military marriage links:

National Military Family Association Their goal is to educate military families concerning their rights, benefits and services available to them. They inform them regarding the issues that affect their lives. Also, they promote and protect the interests of military families by influencing the development of legislation and policies affecting them.

• This ministry has various articles that could minister to your marriage. Just put “Military Marriage” into their search engine to see what they have for you to read.

Military Marriage Links and Resource Descriptions:

After the Boxes are Unpacked (Renewing the Heart) is written by Susan Miller. It is published by Focus on the Family Publishing. This book is especially for women. It acknowledges that relocating is a traumatic event. It can be one of the heaviest strains on a marriage. This book is filled with true stories, insights, and helpful hints. Susan has written this book to help make the transition smoother so women can get on with their lives. Those who are moving may find this book as valuable. It is as important as packing tape. (And we all know how important that is.)

Faith Deployed: Daily Encouragement for Military Wives is compiled by Jocelyn Green. It is published by Moody Publishers. This is not a guide to long-distance relationships. Also, it is not a how-to on navigating through the military culture. It does not offer “ten easy steps” for an easier, painless life. Instead, it addresses the challenges you face. Faith Deployed will equip you to respond biblically to the struggles that threaten to wear you down. This book is written by 15 Christian military wives from all branches of service. It is a 2010 Bronze Medal Winner of both the Military Writers Society of America national contest and the Branson Stars and Flags Awards.


Faith Deployed…Again: More Daily Encouragement for Military Wives is compiled by military wife, Jocelyn Green. It is published by Moody Publishers. This is a sequel to the award-winning book, Faith Deployed: Daily Encouragement for Military Wives. It is filled with wisdom from more than twenty-five Christian wives, representing every branch of the military. It explores how the Bible relates to a variety of topics. They include marriage, deployments, self-care and care-giving, reintegration, combat trauma, parenting, frequently moving, daily perseverance, prayer, spiritual warfare, serving the Lord, and more. Each devotional is based on the unchanging character of God and the anchor we have in Jesus Christ. They offer encouragement, strength, community, and hope to the heroes at home.

Heroes at Home: Help and Hope for America’s Military Families is written by Ellie Kay. It is published by Bethany House. This book is filled with stories of Ellie Kay’s and other’s lives in the military. It provides helpful guidance to families on active duty. Plus, it has encouraging insights to their extended families, friends, and churches. As a wife of an air force pilot and mom with five school-age kids, Ellie includes practical ideas. They include how to cope with frequent moves, and pre-deployment readiness. Plus you learn how to stay in touch when families are separated. This resource is also available in Audio CD. It is the winner of the Audio File Earphone Award.


The Survival Guide for Marriage in the Military is written by Gene Thomas Gomulka. It is published by Plain Tec Publishing. This interactive book helps dating, engaged and married military couples assess their strengths and weaknesses in 9 critical areas. (They include Communication, Conflict Resolution, Finances, Sexuality, etc.) Once partners have each completed a detachable inventory, counseling insights are found in the book. It aids couples in their discussion of certain potentially problematic statements identified in the self-grading process. The “counseling insights,” are based on years of counseling experience. There is also input provided by hundreds of military couples, counselors and chaplains.