I’m in the midst of a crisis of faith and I need help.
I’m an ex-military man who has struggled with PTSD and depression.
I’m a writer, but I don’t think I’m ready to become a minister yet.
After a long day of trying to figure out what to do about the crisis, I’ve decided to try and make a difference.
I’ve been to some of the best churches in the world.
But I know that I can’t do it alone.
The biggest problem in my life is that I don.
I can feel it in my heart, and it’s getting worse.
So, I started reading up on what people who’ve been through war have to do in order to stay alive.
I read books like “The Road Not Taken,” and “War is the World.”
It’s really interesting to me how different people experience this, and how many different paths they take.
When I read “The Bible in the World” and “Faith Is a Choice,” I realized that many of my peers have to face this kind of pressure at the very start of the crisis.
So, I decided to share some of my own experiences.
This is my story of going from the “worst case scenario” to being an ex military man in the worst case scenario.
I want people to know that these stories are real.
It was the end of June 2016, and I was in the back of a bus heading to an army base in Georgia.
My car was full of supplies for the next six months of war.
I didn’t have a car.
But I knew that my next stop was a local church, so I went in with a backpack full of food, water, and basic supplies.
I got on the bus and headed for a church.
We started off with a few of the church’s elders.
They helped me get my first bible study.
I also started a little “bible-study” with some friends who are now my close friends.
Then we sat down for an hour with the pastor and asked questions.
He answered our questions, and we were able to learn a lot about the war.
Eventually, we ended up reading about the Bible from a number of different sources, but the most helpful one was the book “The World in War.”
I had read the book, and thought it was quite fascinating.
The book actually started with the Bible, but then expanded to include some historical accounts.
For example, the book was written by a member of the British Army’s Bible Study Team, who wrote a series of stories about how the war impacted the lives of people throughout the British Empire.
He also wrote a history of the Bible.
He also went on to say that people from different cultures would talk about their experiences of the war in different ways, and that they would talk of the different ways the Bible influenced the way they thought about things.
Another of the authors’ stories was written about the British army in India, and they talked about how many people died in the wars.
They also talked about the different kinds of weapons that people used in the war, and what the people were eating and drinking.
During this time, I also began reading the Bible in War, and found that I had been reading the “World in War” books, but that I hadn’t been reading any of the books that specifically dealt with how war affected people.
I was just getting used to the idea that the Bible was part of the world we live in, and not just something we learned to live with.
That’s when I decided I needed to read about people who have survived wars before, and to try to figure them out.
I started with people like Dr. Robert M. Hodge, who was one of the first doctors to see patients after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Dr. Hoyle was also a military chaplain.
He helped heal patients who were being treated for PTSD after being wounded in the Pacific.
He became a professor of medicine at the University of Hawaii and became a leader in the field of psychotherapy.
One of his patients, James Hodge had suffered from PTSD for more than 10 years, and was also an avid hunter.
He had been living with depression, and he had started to see that he was going through some mental illness, too.
Dr. Hoke told Dr. Moyle about the experience he had in the Gulf War, where he saw so many men who were in bad shape, but they had never been wounded, because the men who had been injured had been shot at point blank range.
Dr Hodge said that there were so many people who had survived the war who had PTSD, but hadn’t gotten to see how it affected them.
And so, he said, the only way to help