Military families face many challenges. One of the most difficult is when a spouse is deployed far away for weeks or even months at a time. The spouse at home must deal with a cauldron of emotions, including fear, anxiety and loneliness. She must also navigate her children's emotional struggles alone while their dad is away. On today’s broadcast, Sara Horn, whose husband is a Navy reservist, offers encouragement and practical advice to fellow military wives — and to civilian family members and friends on how they can help — in a discussion based on her book God Strong: The Military Wife's Spiritual Survival Guide.