The Grace Museum presents this series of podcasts for deployed service members and their families - or another designee back home.  The Grace provides each service member and their family/designee an opportunity to journal about their life experiences during deployment while also incorporating art.

The idea evolved from a situation involving one of the museum's Board members, Ben Bailey.  Ben was called to serve a yearlong deployment and he wished for a platform to guide deployed military members in writing and journaling during the transition.  Now, the museum, in cooperation with Major Marianne Nassef (Dyess AFB Chaplain) and Kaye Price-Hawkins (Priceless Literacy), has developed a series of of podcasts designed to guide the journaling process.

Upon registration each participating service member and designated person back home will receive a package including their journal and other supplies.  We wish you well on your journey and hope to hear from you after you have completed the process.

Now, let's get started!

If you know a service member or family that would be interested in participating, please contact Kathryn Mitchell, Director of Education.

MEET THE PRESENTERS

Maj. Marianne Nassef, Chaplain, Dyess AFB

Maj. Marianne Nassef, Chaplain, Dyess AFB

Kaye Price-Hawkins, Founder, Priceless Literacy

Kaye Price-Hawkins, Founder, Priceless Literacy

Kathryn Mitchell, Director of Education, Grace Museum

Kathryn Mitchell, Director of Education, Grace Museum


Instructions

Each podcast is designed specifically for the deployed person or the person at home.  Please select the segment that corresponds to your needs.

*Each episode will be added on consecutive weeks following the official launch of the program

DID YOU KNOW...

The Grace Museum offers year-round FREE admission to all active-duty families?