After a successful military career that included the liberation of Baghdad in 2003, Marine infantryman Jeremy Stalnecker struggled to find an identity or meaning outside of his military career—and his relationships suffered as a result. But after meeting with fellow vets 10 years later, he realized God had found him a purpose helping hurting veterans through the Mighty Oaks Foundation.
In this podcast, Jeremy talks with Paul Amos about losing one’s identity, regaining it, and finding a life beyond our most traumatic experiences. Trauma may be an indelible part of our past, he explains, but finding purpose and direction in Christ can keep it from controlling us.
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