Because I'm Suitable: The Journey of a Wife on Duty

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WestBow Press, Feb 23, 2012 - Self-Help - 140 pages

In the beginning when God created the heavens and the earth, he saw it all to be good except for one thing: man was alone. It was then that God created a suitable helper, a wife. Man would no longer be alone but the two would become one flesh. Being a wife is a journey of its own and being the wife of a law enforcement officer is a unique journey. As a wife on duty, whether it be through law enforcement, fire, or military, we share the protection of our spouse with our cities, counties, and country. Take a journey with a wife whose marriage had an uncertain future and see how God transformed her life once she surrendered it all. It was realizing that her role as a wife was prewritten and ordained by her maker which made her put her faith into action. With marriages falling apart every day in the law enforcement community, there is no better time than now to fight for our marriages with God by our side. Who better to seek council and guidance from than the one who created marriage in the first place?

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About the author (2012)

Allison P. Uribe is the wife of a San Antonio Police officer. She and her husband have three beautiful children, two boys and a little girl. She is a graduate from Providence High School and attended Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas. Currently, she is a Lead Community Chaplain and seeking to become ordained through the Assemblies of God. She has been a student with the Emergency Services Chaplains Program and now a student with Global University Berean School of the Bible in pursuit of her minister license. Recently, a big door opened for her with the San Antonio Police Department and she became a San Antonio Police Auxiliary Chaplain. As the founder and chaplain of Wives on Duty Ministries, Allison has a dream to travel as a speaker and be able to encourage, hug, and love on wives of law enforcement, firefighters, and military nationwide.

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