Recognizing that God has a calling for them, military wives can leave a legacy of faith.
FT. LEAVENWORTH, Kan., June 10, 2011 – Waiting for their husbands to return from deployment or the next Permanent Change of Station (PCS) move, military wives can put off what God has called them to do today and find themselves simply bouncing on the sidelines of their husband’s careers. Olive Drab Pom-Poms, to be released by Crossbooks Publishing July 4, 2011, challenges military wives to find God’s calling for them today regardless of location or circumstance. Comparing military-wife life to that of a cheerleader, Olive Drab Pom-Poms recognizes the true talents and real-life struggles of military wives, inspiring them to seek out God’s direction in every situation along the way.
Serving as a springboard, Olive Drab Pom-Poms is written to inspire women to jump headfirst into this military life and leave a legacy of faith for their families and those they meet along the journey. “Military-wife life can be challenging,” says author Kori Yates “but it is also the opportunity of a lifetime because it is exactly where God planted us. Our circumstances are no surprise to the One who made us.”
Olive Drab Pom-Poms will be available from koriyates.com, amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, as well as other online retailers, distributed by Ingram Book Company. Ebook format will be available for download by the end of July.
Author Kori Yates loves the adventure of military life and has been an Army wife for seven years. Currently residing in Kansas, Kori and her husband, Kyle, have two children ages six and three.