Let us give thanks for the many lives lost on the battlefield. But let us also acknowledge those who returned home, alive and well, but feeling empty, numb, even dead, on the inside. And let us call attention to these invisible wounds that effect so many, raising awareness of the need for our congregations to take action to help their recovery.
No longer can I look past the reality that my annual voluntary forfeiture of money to my government pays for violence around the globe, at astounding levels, and I am not able to provide any more excuses or rationalizations that paying without protest, that being complicit in funding war without resistance, is not contradictory to my faith and to my conscience.
I'm excited to announce that our next issue of Huffington will hit the Apple newsstand on March 28, on a new and improved platform. We've listened to your feedback, and we want to bring you the same great stories and design, but in a template that is faster, easier to use, and available beyond the constraints of the iPad.
In our new issue of Huffington magazine, we launch a three-part series on a rarely discussed issue affecting veterans: moral injury. While PTSD is com...