The Welcome Home Program Training DVD
The Welcome Home DVD has been filmed and will be released soon. Recognizing that even though we have been able to offer Welcome Home retreats to combat veterans without charge for the program, lodging, or meals ... some veterans and/or their families may not be able to afford the cost of transportation to join us. Therefore, a filming of the entire Welcome Home Program has been created into a DVD. Reverend Nigel Mumford, Lt Col(Ret) Noel Dawes and The Right Reverend Bishop David Bena, lead the teachings in this series. This Welcome Home Training, format will be made available by the end of 2013. Organizations or churches will be able to acquire the series and share to veterans over the course of a few weeks. The Welcome Home Training DVD package will provide instructions to equip host churches or organization, to provide a comparable experience in the veterans' hometowns.
Resource for Healing of PTSD
The Rev. Nigel Mumford has authored a book on the subject of PTSD healing. That book, After the Trauma, The Battle Begins: Post Trauma Healing, is an effective resource for those who are suffering from PTSD, or who love someone who is suffering. Since Nigel is himself a combat veteran, the book is filled with personal testimony, as well as the science, medicine, and true accounts of those who have suffered PTSD from causes other than the military. You may order a copy of this poignant book online at: ByHisWoundsMinistry.org OR from Amazon.com.
Prayer Team Experience
The Welcome Home prayer team is handpicked from "alum" vets, who previously "graduated" from a W.H. program; and from dedicated civilians who are intimately familiar with the impact of military service, as well as how to be minimize or be rid of it. Also available at every Welcome Home Program is a mental health specialist, a doctor or nurse in attendance during the entire retreat.
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