Redeeming Warriors: Victory Amidst Veteran Suicide, Grieving and Loss of Purpose
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Title: Redeeming Warriors: Victory Amidst Veteran Suicide, Grieving and Loss of Purpose
By: Josh Holler
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 288
Vendor: Christian Focus
Publication Date: 2020
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5.4 (inches)
Weight: 13 ounces
ISBN: 1527105865
ISBN-13: 9781527105867
Stock No: WW7105867

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Twenty–two veterans take their own lives every day. The word ‘tragic’ only begins to describe the brokenness of this painful reality. Josh Holler, Marine Corps veteran and pastor, argues that veteran suicide is not primarily a problem born out of exposure to combat and PTSD, but out of a broken relationship between people and God. He tells some of the stories of men he has known and addresses the reality of the reason veteran suicide is such a problem.

Author Bio

Joshua is a Marine Corps veteran and deployed to Iraq twice between 2007–2009 with 1st Battalion 7th Marine Regiment. He is a pastor at First Baptist Church of Duncan in Duncan, Oklahoma, where he lives with his wife and children.

Editorial Reviews

... helpfully examines the issues, considers the situation, and suggests practical ways to help those at risk—and he does so from a biblical foundation. Read and share this book.

-- Lt.Col. Karl Johnson, USMC (Ret.)

... offers invaluable insights for Christians concerned with understanding and assisting veterans struggling with grief and loss of identity.

-- Mark R. Amstutz

... a deeply thoughtful and incisive response to veteran suicide. Rather than limiting his scope to PTSD-related loss, his expansive view is more holistic, considering the breadth and depth of experiences military members face throughout their service.

-- Jocelyn Green

One of the very best books ever written on the critical subject of veteran suicide! Using a framework of ‘Creation, Fall, Redemption, and Consummation,’ Josh Holler shows us the road to reconciliation with God, for everyone who is lost in these traumatic, tumultuous times.

-- Lt.Col. Dave Grossman (retired)

... an intriguing blend of raw military stories and relevant spiritual truth. Additionally, he tackles the serious issue of Veteran suicides with compassion, wisdom, creativity and empathy. He offers hope for Vets struggling with life itself as he provides a positive path forward for them. This is a great book for someone thinking about joining the military, too. It will open their eyes to the life of a Warrior.

-- Douglas E. Lee

Josh Holler gives an excellent perspective on how the trauma of war, the comradery among enlisted warriors, and the grief of suicide intersect with the good news of the Gospel. I wish I could have read Redeeming Warriors before I deployed with the 821st TC BN in 2011. I think I would have been a better chaplain if I had done so.

-- J. Alan Branch

... a candidly engrossing account of the veteran’s struggle with suicide ideation. ... an essential read for those who have served in the military or desirous of helping the vet appropriately reengage civilian culture.

-- Richard Townes

Josh doesn’t stop with the person, but takes the reader on a journey of hope, that employs the PTSD victim’s family, friends, pastors, chaplains, mental health professionals, the Holy Spirit and Scripture. Josh’s writings reinforce the notion that it does take a village to encourage, energize and experience the joy of a person’s recovery from the effects of trauma.

-- Mike Higgins

... an important resource for greater understanding and empathy. May it equip many to minister with compassion to those at risk and to walk alongside those who have suffered loss.

-- Albert Y. Hsu

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