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I took like the gentlemen take comfort In knowing I have permission to grieve in life....especially as a chaplain.
The book was awesome , I am so thankful there are chaplians There to help these men and women who have served in combat and had to witness the lose of their comrards .
And for helping us to see the burdens carried by our healers and counselors who are, in the end, human beings like ourselves in need of healing and counseling.
I gave a 5, cause I really enjoyed learning more about having compassion and mercy to those who protect me. I recommend this book to leaders and others wanting to care more.Published 7 months ago by B. Sigmon
I have a hard time finishing books, but this one was well written and compelling. I've actually started reading it a second time.Published 12 months ago by Michael Ramsey
This is a truly remarkable account of one military chaplain's experience of war and of its effects on the human psyche. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Archangel
This true story is truly amazing and told with honesty and integrity by Chaplain Benimoff. As I prepare to become a civilian chaplain intern at a VA Medical Center, I am being... Read morePublished 16 months ago by E.D.Auten Chaplain
As a Chaplain Candidate in the USAF I waned to read a book that told me some of what it is really like to be a chaplain in a deployed setting. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Solomon's Understudy
to read, a chaplain deployed who has to deal with so many deaths, so many injuries. In the end, he needs help himself to deal with his PTSD and his own doubts about his faith.Published 21 months ago by THill
Outstanding book on the effect war has on an Army Chaplain and the struggles with PTSD after his return home. Very detailed look into PTSD and how a family can be destroyed by it.Published 21 months ago by Ron Bridges