Not all wounds are visible. PTSD is not just a combat veteran issue; it’s a life issue.  PTSD can influence combat Veterans, First Responders, ER staff, Victims of abuse and others that have survived any kind of trauma.  Some symptoms of PTSD include:

  •          nightmares and flashbacks
  •          avoidance and apathy
  •          suicidal tendencies
  •          fear and anxiety
  •          survivor’s guilt
  •          anger

Many people suffering with the effects of PTSD are receiving medical treatment. This outreach is not meant as a replacement for that medical treatment.  Participants are always advised to continue all of their medical treatment plans and medications until instructed otherwise by their medical providers.

"The spirit of a man will sustain his infirmity;

but a wounded spirit who can bear?" (Proverbs 18:14)

Join us for an ongoing support group meeting on Wednesdays, from 6:30-8:00 p.m., at FBT, in room D-201. Contact Kent Kendall for more information - 843-661-4321 or

Also, the "Help for Wounded Spirits" Podcast is available on your device. These recordings from our group's founder are aimed at helping those with PTSD, or those willing to help them. They're approximately 10 minutes in length. Subscribe on Apple or on Google - search for "Wounded Spirits."