http://e-tcs.org/?cat=49 An editor friend of mine (yes, there are editors that I don’t run away from screaming) asked me recently if I’d be interested in a project related to veterans.
http://bankesfamily.com/ed/YBHQbu5rbdQ The project is an anthology of stories, from veterans or those serving who have seen combat, about how their faith got them through combat situations, how their faith stayed strong despite those situations.
site de rencontres 67 As I suggested to my friend, “Faith in a shitstorm”.
see here now (I’m pretty sure that won’t be the actual publication title though!)
kennenlernen möchten I know it seems strange, that my friend asked me, a heathen, to look at putting something like this together, but as my friend noted, this is aimed at being stories from those who’ve been in shitstorms to other veterans rather than being compiled for those who’ve never been there. For me, if this project helps even just one of my brothers and sisters deal with the aftermath of our job, I’m all in.
find out this here I also know this touches on some very raw nerves – it does for me. I warned my friend that there might not be many of us willing to discuss something that is so fundamentally personal. I hope that there is, out there, some who are willing and able to tell their stories, whether it helps others or just because their story needs to be told, who will respond.
etilaam md 0.25 price So this is an open call for active military or veterans who have stories to tell of how their faith helped them get, or how their faith remained true, through combat situations. It doesn’t have to be Christian-based, or related to the recent wars in the sandbox. If you’re interested, please contact me either by emailing moonwolf (at) moonwolfs-lair.com or using the contact form on my site.
- Spiritual warfare: Buddhist chaplain helps heal soldiers’ minds(stripes.com)
- Chaplain with PTSD returns; shows troops there’s a way out of darkness(stripes.com)
- PTSD: Post-Terror Soul Distress(psychologytoday.com)
- Chaplains help others grieve, but learn to grieve themselves(thestate.com)