More Than Meets the Eye
United States Air Force

Deployment changed him, and she doesn’t know if she can live with it.

After her husband returns from a deployment to Saudi Arabia, Lori Braxton notices minor differences in his behavior. He’s withdrawn, moody, and can’t sleep. Could it be the stress of military life after the 9/11 attack on New York? Maybe it’s the new assignment in Montana or the financial problems he ignores. Perhaps it’s forces she can’t see and doesn’t know how to fight, or maybe she’s a bigger part of the problem than she wants to admit

What is God doing? Is He even paying attention?

Lori tries to attend church and do what God asks, but the truth is she doesn’t really hear Him speak. Between money strains, pregnancy hormones, and young ones underfoot, Lori spirals into depression.

What good could God possibly bring from the mess surrounding her?

This book is a wonderful and real story about life as a spouse in the Air Force. Even as someone who’s never been in the military, I could relate to Lori’s hurts, doubts and questions. Her growing faith through the story brought me with her and allowed me to look at my life and grow with her.

~Laura P., North Carolina

Other Books in the Home Front Heroines Series

US Navy

US Army

US Marines

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