Christianity Today has a wonderful cover story for the month of June. PTSD and Moral Injury many of our veteran’s experience.
It addresses the need for compassionate services to those members of the Christian community who have served in combat. Reaching out to them and working with them through the hope and reality of the Gospel of Christ. PTSD is not merely a trauma of one’s mind, it is also the trauma of the individual person’s soul.
The article also offers 7 practical things the Church can do for veterans who may be suffering from moral injury and PTSD.
Very insightful and worth discussion within the Christian community and Church Leaders in how we tend to the wounds, healing and hope to our men and woman of the armed forces.