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A Soldiers Strength from the Psalms
Devotional Calendar and Journal
Author: Sharon Patterson, Copyright @ 2007

Knowing that no one comprehends the challenges that a soldier faces like another soldier, the inspiration for this book comes from the writings of an ancient soldier who righteously protected the innocent; stood firm on the ferocious frontlines of battle; patrolled dangerous checkpoints; walked the lonely late night and early morning watches; guarded city gates; climbed rugged terrain in all kinds of weather; and faced enemies in the deserts and on the mountains. That soldier, King David, endured many of the same experiences as today's soldier. He also needed and drew strength daily from Almighty God. He wrote of his struggles and victories, recorded his prayers and praises from his experiences. What encouragement, hope, and comfort come from the Psalms he left to us.

This devotional countdown calendar-journal is meant to be a source of daily encouragement, a place where soldiers and their families can record feelings and events that have impacted them during their deployment experience. It is a legacy of shared courage and sacrifice of and for the outstanding men and women who serve our great nation in military service.

Sharon Patterson, retired educator, career military wife, and leader in women's ministry, has written inspirational encouragement in various forms, from greeting cards to short stories, poetry, and Bible studies for over twenty-five years. Sharon and her husband, retired Colonel Garry Patterson, are the parents of three grown sons. Two sons presently serve in the U.S. Army. Sharon and Garry reside in Round Rock, Texas.


Coming Home
A devotional journal for those who serve and those who wait
Authors: Emile Hawkins and Danny Lynchard, Copyright @ 2004

Coming Home is a journal and devotional designed to offer inspirational messages for armed service personnel and their families. Each page format contains a Scriptural quotation, devotion, and space for journaling thoughts and prayers. The quotes and devotions offer thoughts to carry you through the day.

The journal will also include original letters from previous wars, cadences used by the military and a section to journal your thoughts and best wishes for your family and friends as you wait to be reunited.



Deployment Journal
Book Factory
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A Military Family Member Deployment Journal designed by military spouses and military members.



Deployment Journal for Kids (Spiral-bound)
Author: Rachel Robertson, Copyright @ 2005
Website
Ages 4-8

Deployment Journal for Kids is a special journal created for children to record feelings and events during a loved one's military deployment. A variety of proven journaling techniques provide a framework for children to better understand deployments, express and communicate their feelings, and tell their own story. Contains calendar pages, writing prompts, interesting facts about common deployment locations, military definitions, helpful ideas, and a pocket to keep mementos. A companion web site, www.deploymentkids.com, offers time zone and distance calculators, games, and more. 



Deployment Journal for Parents
Author: Rachel Robertson, Copyright @ 2008

A personal journal for parents who have an adult child deployed with the military. Gentle journal writing prompts and inspirational sayings guide you through deployment and homecoming. Keeping Track section in the back helps you log milestones, communication, and special moments. Textured teal Pellaq cover with yellow ribbon.



Deployment Journal for Spouses
Memories and milestones while my loved one is deployed
Author: Rachel Robertson, Copyright @ 2008

A personal journal for anyone who has a significant other deployed with the military. Guided journal writing prompts, inspirational sayings.



During the Deployment Connection Journal
website
Also available as a download for PC

The During the Deployment Connection Journal is a wonderful book designed for the military, their families, friends and loved ones as they face separation whether through deployment or training.

Our software version of the Deployment Journal installs on both PC and Mac platforms.



Freedom Military Journal
Journals Unlimited
website

This special edition journal is a tribute to all of our service men and women. Whether you are in the service or have a spouse, family member, or friend who is in the service... this journal is a must have! Write down daily events, concerns, future plans, and life’s milestones to share with your loved one(s). This journal makes a great keepsake or documentary of this demanding yet rewarding time of your life. Get free shipping on any products listed on their website.


It's a Book About... My Military Memories
Author: Brenda Glasier, Copyright @ 2006
www.theworldsbestjournals.com

It's a Book About...My Military Memories is a journal that is designed is for the reservists, retired personnel, or active duty. For those of you who have retired from the military, it will make a wonderful gift for your family to reminisce about you and to know what you did while serving your country so proudly. The questions are placed randomly throughout the book in no particular order. I don't want you to get bored and not knowing what will on the next page will be exciting! Its design is not be a quick "yes or no" answer book. I hope you will elaborate on your answers and answer them from your heart. When you come across a question that can't be answered for a few years just skip over it and come to it when time rolls around. This journal would make an excellent gift for anyone who is involved in the military.



Marine Life Deployment Journal
Author:Vivian Tenorio, Copyright @ 2012

Do you want to remember and share your milestones & memories with loved ones that are away on duty or at home awaiting your return? Marine Life Deployment Journal will allow you to do just that. Fill in your milestones & memories then share them with your loved ones upon their return.

Marine Life Deployment Journal is great for everyone experiencing a deployment. Keep a deployment journal for yourself and have your loved one keep one as well. Once you're reunited exchange your journals and share your experiences with each other. This is the perfect gift for anyone who's loved one has been called to duty.


Military Diary for Kids
Author: Stacy Marinaro, Copyright @ 2009

Welcome to the Military Deployment Diary for Kids. This will be a special place to write down all of your adventures as a military kid such as: all the places you have lived, all the friends you have meet and all the cool stuff you have learned. You can also use this diary to keep track of a family member who is deployment in or out of the United States.



My Life
A kid's journal
www.hnfs.com

Health Net Federal Services' children’s initiative launched to provide additional resources to help children successfully navigate the unique challenges of military families face. You may dowload the journals, save, print or link to the journals as often as you like at no cost.

My Life, a kid’s journal was developed to help children with a parent or loved one deployed easily express complicated emotions and serve as a tool for children and parents to establish important dialogue before, during and after deployment. This journal can be saved as a keepsake or completed and sent as a gift from a child to his or her deployed loved one.



While You Were Away Journal for Kids
My thoughts and feelings while you were away
Author: Megan Egerton-Graham, Copyright @ 2009

While You Were Away: Absence Journal for Children is a resource designed to assist children in dealing with the extended absence of one or both of their parents, as occurs during a military deployment. It provides exercises and tips for identifying, understanding and managing the many emotions that occur during this period. It also provides practical tips for dealing with difficulties of separation. 



While You Were Away Journal for Military Families
Author: Megan Egerton-Graham, Copyright @ 2010

While You Were Away: Absence Journal for Families is a resource designed to assist families in dealing with the extended absence of one or both, as occurs during a military deployment. It provides exercises and tips for identifying, understanding and managing the many emotions that occur during this period. It also provides practical tips for dealing with difficulties of separation.



While You Were Away Journal for Teens
My journal of happenings, thoughts and feelings...
while you were away
Author: Megan Egerton-Graham, Copyright @ 2009

While You Were Away: Absence Journal for Teens is a resource designed to assist teens in dealing with the extended absence of one or both of their parents, as occurs during a military deployment. It provides exercises and tips for identifying, understanding and managing the many emotions that occur during this period. It also provides practical tips for dealing with difficulties of separation.


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Cafe Press
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Cafe Press sell a variety of military deployment journals. Additional themes include: first deployment, pregnant home front mom, Korea, and much more.
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