Warriors Set Free Teams Up with Army Chaplain Corps

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Despite increased attention in recent years, mental health struggles and stigma remain among United States veterans and active-duty personnel.

A 2014 study found nearly one in four active-duty members showed signs of a mental health condition. Today, over a million veterans live with invisible war wounds like post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, depression, or anxiety.

Warriors Set Free, a division of Set Free Ministries, points wounded warriors to healing in Christ.

“We know veterans are hurting, and they’re trying just about anything they can to deal with their pain. Then they go, ‘Well, maybe I’ll try faith; maybe I’ll try Jesus’,” WSF Director and Army vet Steve Prince says.

“We need prayer to connect to them in that time, at that moment, and we need an introduction.”

The Lord is doubling Warriors Set Free’s impact and reach through a recent expansion. Along with a residential program for veterans, WSF partners with the Army Chaplain Corps to help active-duty members.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Katey Hearth


  • Praise God for opening these opportunities to Warriors Set Free. Pray He will continue providing the manpower and resources needed for this expansion.
  • Ask the Lord to strengthen and sustain Prince and other believers on the Warriors Set Free team. Pray they will have wisdom and discernment.