Regent University Hosts 6th Annual Veterans Prayer Breakfast

By Brett Wilson Tubbs | November 11, 2015 – Source:

Reverend Nigel Mumford
Reverend Nigel Mumford

No soldier comes home unwounded. For the veterans and active-duty who leave the battlefields physically unscathed, many return with post-traumatic stress or a mental-depression that oftentimes goes unseen.

On Friday, November 6, Regent University’s Office of Military & Veterans Affairs hosted the 6th annual Veterans Prayer Breakfast, and raised awareness of this unfortunate reality within the military community.

“If I didn’t have humor, I wouldn’t be alive,” said special guest Reverend Nigel Mumford, who gave his speech “After the Trauma the Battle Begins – Post-Trauma Healing,” at the prayer breakfast. “And if I didn’t have Jesus I know I wouldn’t be alive.”

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