|Little Iraqi Boy with his breakfast bowl|
the public because his emotions were all over the place. He went through a difficult time adjusting to civilian life and experiencing first hand with how Americans were quite different and selfish and how most had no grid of what it’s like in another country. He shares one account where an elderly woman he was waiting on in a restaurant went off on him and put her finger in his face and screamed at him because he forgot her ranch dressing. He actually shut down and in that great stress he actually visualized seeing himself punching this woman in the neck and killing her. It was in that moment of brokenness he cried out to God and asked him to reveal himself. The moment he did he felt this overwhelming feeling and a great pressure came off of him. Steve shares in detail the steps he took as God drew him to Him. He gave his life to Jesus; he got connected to the family of God, was discipled and became a follower of Jesus Christ. They continue to encourage civilians to have empathy for our soldiers as they are transitioning back into society and they also encourage all veterans and anyone else who doesn’t know God to cry out to him just like Steve did. Jesus will change your life; he will save you and set you free so you can begin to enjoy true freedom.