Wounded Spirits Conference

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There is no cost for this conference and each attendee will receive a free "Wounded Spirits" book and Bible.

7.5 million Americans are suffering from PTSD with 380,000 hospitalized. They may be your friends, your family members, or from your community.

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FEBRUARY 26 & 27 March 1 & 2, 2018
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday.
6:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.
Oasis Baptist Church
Topics Covered
* Definition and Thoughts of PTSD
* Bible Answers on Suicide
* Bible Answers on Fear and Anxiety
* Bible Answers on Guilt and Survivors Guilt
* Bible Answers on Anger and Irritability
* Bible Answers on Nightmares and Flashbacks
* Bible Answers on Avoiding Conflicts
* Bible Answers on Apathy

Here is your opportunity to discover answers inGod's Word for dealing with PTSD.

Learn practical ways that you can help others who are suffering with PTSD.

Doug Carragher, Th. D.

Doug Carragher, Th. D.
Sergeant Major, U.S. Army (Ret.)
General Director of Armed Forces Baptist Missions

Dr. Carragher is a retired Army Sergeant Major who served for 26 years. He is known throughout the Christian community as an expert with Biblical solutions for PTSD. His earned education includes a BA in Biblical Studies, a MA in Biblical Counseling, a MA in Theology and a Th.D. (doctorate) in Theology. He has taught with three police forces, on 40 bases and in five Bible colleges. More than 40 Wounded Spirits studies meet at local churches throughout the world.

Paul Phelps II

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Paul Phelps II
Sergeant U.S. Army (Ret.)
Director of M.A.S.H. Ministries

Paul Phelps II is a retired war veteran and counselor. Director of M.A.S.H (Mobile Assistance for Service men and women at Home) His earned education includes MBA with a specialization in management, and an MA in Biblical Counseling. Paul is a member of and is certified in suicide prevention by the American Association of Christian Counselors. He is an active member along with his wife and family of his local church in Indianapolis, Indiana.