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Challenges Faced by Iraq War Reservists and Their Families: A Soul Care Approach for Chaplains and Pastors
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Challenges Faced by Iraq War Reservists and Their Families: A Soul Care Approach for Chaplains and Pastors


Pickwick Publications 2012

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Using a practical theological method, this book analyzes the various psychological impacts of the Iraq War. Learn about the psychological problems faced by veterans of the Iraq War and how to treat the emotional, physical, psychiatric, relational, and spiritual challenges military reservists and their families face. Experienced military chaplain Ken Walden recommends that chaplains and pastors use a soul care approach to support reservists and their families suffering from their experiences of the Iraq War. Walden provides a guide for any person interested in participating in such support.

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Key Features

  • Analyzes psychological impacts of the Iraq War on the military reservists and their families
  • Discusses using a soul care approach to assist war veterans
  • Contains a guide to supporting people who have served in the war

Praise for the Print Edition

Ken Walden, from firsthand experience with these veterans, gives solid help to pastors and congregations seeking to minister to those in pain in the aftermath of Iraq.

Will Willimon, professor of Christian ministry, Duke Divinity School

Reverend Walden’s pastoral care insights reflect keen therapeutic relevance, as well as a tutorial bridge for pastoral and lay leaders who seek to provide practical and effective social interventions, resources, and support to wounded warriors experiencing pain and trauma as a result of their dedicated service

—Vergel L. Lattimore, vice president and professor of pastoral psychology and counseling, Hood Theological Seminary

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About Ken J. Walden

Ken J. Walden is a United Methodist minister, and a chaplain in the United States Air Force Reserves. He is the author of A Pastor’s Poetry.