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PTSD Prayers from King David- Though I’ve Walked Through the Valley

PTSD and King David? “Be gracious to me, O LORD, for I am in distress; my eyes grow weak with sorrow, my soul and my body with grief.  My life is consumed by anguish and my years by groaning; my strength fails because of my affliction, and my bones grow weak. . . . But […]

What Does A Military Kid Say About PTSD?

What Does a Military Kid Say About PTSD? Q. What does your father do in the military? A. “My dad is a chaplain in the Navy and he has been deployed several times since our family became a military family.” Q. You were recently chosen to do a critique of the book Helping My Hero!! […]

PTSD From a Child’s Perspective

PTSD from a child’s perspective: What is happening with my daddy? “We used to go to the park a lot before Daddy went away for such a long time,” said Cody to his mom.  “When will he be home so I can play catch with him? I really miss having him here to say goodnight […]

PTSD: How Do I Move Into The Future?

“I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slavery.” Exodus 20:2 ESV A new year typically offers us opportunity for new hopes, new goals and new dreams. However, a new year may also bring new fears, anxieties and many negative emotions – particularly for those who wrestle with […]

Combat Trauma / PTSD

We believe that true healing has not only physical, emotional, and psychological aspects but spiritual as well.  The spiritual component has often been neglected, yet God is the True Healer and Jesus Christ is the avenue to experience true recovery from the ravages of combat trauma, particularly those visited on the mind and emotions. We […]

A Season of Healing

“You will make known to me the path of life; in Your presence is fullness of joy; in Your right hand there are pleasures forever.” — Psalm 16:11 For the last ten years my husband threw himself fully into his military career. He loved the job, the friendships forged, and the call to serve. Being […]

Month of the Military Child, Joys & Challenges

By: Hope N. Griffin April is the month of the military child and I find myself thinking of what it has meant to my small children to be military kids. My soldier is newly retired and as I reflect back on his time in the military I can’t help but be thankful for the environment […]

Care & Counsel for Combat Trauma for Audit Only

The Care and Counsel for Combat Trauma Workbook For Audit Only  includes the study outlines for each training unit in the Care and Counsel for Combat Trauma (CCCT) course on DVD (which is sold separately). The CCCT is a one-of-a-kind course which equips caring Christians, professionals and laymen to better minister to military service members, veterans and their families who are spiritually wounded by combat trauma. The thirty lessons grouped into five units cover: Acute Stress and Trauma, Basic Crisis Intervention, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Military Applications, and Spiritual Solutions. The exams necessary for certification are not included in this workbook.

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Choosing Hope

Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. —Hebrews 11:1 What is it that you hope for? Perhaps it is the safety of your spouse, or for an easy transition after deployment, or for a certain assignment. Or could it be that you have been walking in difficulty […]

“Faithful Under Fire” – Free Downloadable Bible Study

A Special Courage In Lionsgate Entertainment’s recent film, “Hacksaw Ridge,” viewers had the rare opportunity to witness a WWII battle and see all the gruesome, painful and tormented decisions warriors must make every day on the front lines. They were also introduced to the story of a faithful and courageous Army medic and Medal of Honor recipient … Private First Class […]

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