Articles

Faith and Leadership
Aug. 22, 2017
Ministry helps struggling veterans heal from the wounds of war
By Eileen E. Flynn

The Revs. Zac Koons (center) and David Peters lead veterans in prayer at an Episcopal Veterans Fellowship healing service. Photos by Brian Diggs


The New York Times
Sept. 17, 2016
Scuba, Parrots, Yoga: Veterans Embrace Alternative Therapies for PTSD
By Dave Philipps


Killeen Daily Herald
May 30, 2016
Cove church dedicates Memorial Garden honoring veterans
By Artie Phillips

Photo by Gabe Wolf/Herald

The Rev. Paulette Magnuson, with Staff Sgt. Kenny Fiaoni posting the colors, leads the congregation during a dedication ceremony Sunday, May 29, 2016, at St Martin’s Episcopal Church in Copperas Cove.


Democrat & Chronicle
Avon’s Zion House offers homeless women veterans a new start
By Karen Miltner


Austin American Statesman
April 25, 2016
The Vietnam War split Austin wide open during the 1960s
By Michael Barnes


Atlanta Magazine
April 20, 2016
How art therapy helps a Georgia veteran with PTSD
By Frank Reddy


Washington Post 
April 16, 2015
When veterans return, their children also deal with the invisible wounds of war
By Emily Wax-Thibodeaux


Georgetown View Magazine
April 1, 2016
The Long Road Back
By Nancy Bacchus


The Chaplain Kit: Chaplain History, Information, and Resources
From a 1918 British newspaper clipping
A PRISONER IN GERMANY
FALMOUTH CHAPLAIN’S EXPERIENCES.
Chaplain Benjamin O’Rorke


The New Yorker
September 9, 2013
The Return: The traumatized veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan.
By David Finkel