After the Ambush: Lessons We Learned in an Unseen War

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What happened to America's Veterans?

Thousands of Christian Veterans continue to suffer with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). They and their families often live seemingly defeated lives, weighed down by guilt and confusion because they have not experienced complete healing through their faith in Jesus Christ. Why does this suffering continue? Will it ever end? After the Ambush: Lessons We Learned in an Unseen War shines light on the causes for this lack of peace and ...

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Overview

What happened to America's Veterans?

Thousands of Christian Veterans continue to suffer with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). They and their families often live seemingly defeated lives, weighed down by guilt and confusion because they have not experienced complete healing through their faith in Jesus Christ. Why does this suffering continue? Will it ever end? After the Ambush: Lessons We Learned in an Unseen War shines light on the causes for this lack of peace and provides readers with a view of core spiritual issues and sound Biblical answers.

Soldiers retured from S.E. Asia carrying "baggage" that was more than it appeared on the surface…they packed unseen, ungodly spiritual baggage with them. For the most part, this "spiritual baggage" has never been recognized or examined and this has effected thousands of lives-resulting in angry, wandering, people who live without peace.

Major factors in the cause of PTSD are the spiritual dynamics that have mostly gone unrecognized-until now! PTSD, labeled as incurable, is more than an emotional hang-up, more than a clinician's diagnosis. The endless supply of drugs, therapy, and the many other "band-aid" treatments have proven to be ineffective on a long term basis, but After the Ambush goes the rest of the way. You will see the Truth and the Truth will set you free.

After the Ambush: Lessons in an Unseen War, previously titled America Ambushed, is a fresh approach to tearing down strongholds, helping readers begin to find healing and regain control of their lives-in the midst of circumstances out of their control.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781589300187
  • Publisher: Selah Publishing Group, LLC
  • Publication date: 1/28/2001
  • Pages: 160

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