|Posted by qmtroy on February 14, 2015 at 5:35 AM|
BY PEGGY MISHOE
More and more people are learning about post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), how to recognize it and how to help its victims, including many Baptist women across America, such as the Woman’s Missionary Union of the Waccamaw Baptist Association
The Rev. Michael BeLue, the WBA’s interim director of missions, has seen it firsthand. It was BeLue’s experience and background that led Peggy Jones, director of the WMU, to ask him to speak to her group at Conway’s Maple Baptist Church last Sunday.
BeLue first served two tours as an infantryman in Vietnam. When he got out of the Army, he went to college and to seminary, then served as pastor of the 6 and 20 Baptist Church near Anderson.