Veteran Jonathan Warren talks about how those in the military go through so much and that can lead to issues once they leave the service. They can get help for themselves by seeking out treatments, but they can also help others going through the same thing. Even if encouragement is the only thing you can offer, it can make a huge difference to someone else.
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When you look at veterans who have been through so much, I mean, what they’ve endured and persevered through is quite amazing and phenomenal. And when you look at the suffering that we go through in our own lives generally that turns around when you get healed or even start your healing process as a ministry for other people who are in the same position. So these veterans have a profound opportunity to help others that are in pain and distress and make an impact on lives. One of the big things when you leave the military is you were part of a team, you’re were part of something bigger than yourself, and you come home and what’s the meaning at this point and what am I going to do now with my life? So my encouragement to everyone out there who’s suffering is keep going, have faith, have hope, persevere, you will find your healing. It won’t always be this way. And that’s going to be a platform for you to save lives and help other people. This video was produced by BrainLine thanks to generous support from the Infinite Hero Foundation.