Posted by: coachingparents | December 10, 2007

ACPI Supports the Troops and their Families

ACPI is especially sensitive to the men and women who sacrifice time with their families during the holidays to serve their country. We cant help but think of all of the soldiers who will be looking at pictures of babies they have never held, thinking of first Christmases they will never get back, and families praying for the safe return of someone they love from a warzone.

With peace and blessing to all of them, please take a moment to read this special spotlight marked by this yellow ribbon (and post the ribbon on your blog if you like) to see if you can touch the lives of those who just want to be remembered for one quiet moment as they sacrifice everything for each of us.

Support Spotlight:  Cell Phones for Soldiers
If you have ever wondered what to do with your cell phones after you buy a new one, then cruise by Cell Phones for Soldiers and check it out!  The Cell Phones for Soldiers program was started in April 2004 by 13-year-old Brittany Bergquist and her 12-year-old brother Robbie of Norwell, Massachusetts.  Robbie and Brittany’s goal is to help our soldiers serving overseas call home. You can even print a postage paid sticker from their website!

I can say without thought that the most glorious gift that you can give a soldier and their family is a few moments of conversation this Christmas!  If you know of a great group trying to help soldiers during the holiday season and you would love to tell everyone, then please let me know or leave a comment!

Dont forget:  Join Dr. Caron Goode, Founder of the Academy for Coaching Parents, in the FREE Truth about Parent Coaching Teleconference on Wednesday, December 12 at 5:30 pm (Mountain Time).  This one hour Truth about Parent Coaching Teleconference will answer all of your questions!


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