The War Stole My Soul with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): What Now?
Imprint: Resource Publications
“Diane Mosby has provided a comprehensive approach to the twenty-first century mandate of pastoral ministry. The War Stole My Soul with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): What Now? depicts the mission of the church through the eyes of a compassionate pastor. Life's challenges, met by faith and actions will give today's pastor a roadmap for what comes next in overcoming PTSD in our congregations and communities.”
—Norwood G. Carson, Pastor, Friendship Baptist Church, Hopewell, Virginia
“Using her personal experience as the mother of one affected by PTSD and her gifts as a caring pastor, Diane Mosby has gifted us with a valuable resource for serving those suffering with war-related PTSD. As she sensitizes and equips pastors to provide the knowledge, awareness, and resources for meeting the needs of persons suffering from all types of PTSD, many persons will be restored to the body of Christ. For this, we are eternally grateful.”
— Patricia Gould-Champ, Assistant Professor of Practical Theology, Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology, Virginia Union University
“Diane Mosby’s work is a much needed call to action. She challenges the church and its leaders to see the post-traumatic stress disorder of our military veterans, in particular, as a crisis of the soul. Mosby’s testimony and research remind each reader that this crisis resides in our communities and, sometimes, in our homes. Her willingness to raise the church’s awareness and to equip its leaders with accessible soul care practices is commendable and timely.”
—Adam L. Bond, Associate Professor of Church History, Proctor School of Theology, Virginia Union University