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Redeeming WarriorsVeteran Suicide, Grieving, and the Fight for Faith

Redeeming Warriors

Veteran Suicide, Grieving, and the Fight for Faith

Joshua D. Holler
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This product is due for release in November 2020


Twenty–two veterans take their own lives every day. The word ‘tragic’ only begins to describe the brokenness of this painful reality. Josh Holler, Marine Corps veteran and pastor, argues that veteran suicide is not primarily a problem born out of exposure to combat and PTSD, but out of a broken relationship between people and God. He tells some of the stories of men he has known and addresses the reality of the reason veteran suicide is such a problem.

Joshua D. Holler

About Joshua D. Holler

Joshua is a Marine Corps veteran and deployed to Iraq twice between 2007–2009 with 1st Battalion 7th Marine Regiment. He is a pastor at First Baptist Church of Duncan in Duncan, Oklahoma, where he lives with his wife and children.


  • Author: Joshua D. Holler
  • Release Date: November 2020
  • Pages: 288
  • Format: Large trade paperback
  • Dimensions: 216 x 138
  • ISBN: 9781527105867
  • Imprint: Christian Focus
  • Category: Ministry & Evangelism > Counselling & Recovery


Anyone can experience trauma and be devastated by the effects of PTSD. My brother and friend Josh has written a ‘must–read’ on this subject. His treatment of how trauma ‘rewires’ the brain and then proceeds to alter of life of the PTSD victim is masterful. But Josh doesn’t stop with the person, but takes the reader on a journey of hope, that employs the PTSD victim’s family, friends, pastors, chaplains, mental health professionals, the Holy Spirit and Scripture. Josh’s writings reinforce the notion that it does take a village to encourage, energize and experience the joy of a person’s recovery from the effects of trauma.

Mike Higgins, Retired US ARMY Chaplain Colonel with experience in hospitals, FORSCOM, and the Pentagon Pastor, South City Church (PCA), St Louis, Missouri

Holler provides an illuminating account of the grief and tensions resulting from his service as a Marine. He argues that many of the difficulties that veterans face when returning from deployments arise from the radical disparities between the values and traditions of the military and society. Whereas veteran suicides are often attributed to PTSD, Holler suggests that the isolation and lack of communal support are more decisive. Since the book applies Biblical analysis to military disciplines, it offers invaluable insights for Christians concerned with understanding and assisting veterans struggling with grief and loss of identity.

Mark R. Amstutz, Professor Emeritus, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois CDR, U.S. Naval Reserve (r)
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