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Presenters at After the Yellow Ribbon include (you can also find all their bios HERE):

  • 1LT Elyse Gustafson, US Army Reserves
  • Ch. Col. Herman Keizer (retired)
  • Dr. Warren Kinghorn, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Pastoral and Moral Theology
  • Lt. Col. Pete Kilner, ethicist, United States Military Academy at West Point – “A Moral Justification for Killing Enemy Combatants in War
  • Derek Webb, performing artist and activist – “Music, Theology, & Conscience
  • Dr. William Portier, Mary Ann Spearin Chair of Catholic Theology at the University of Dayton – “Healing ‘Heartfelt Grief’ Through Liturgy?  Problems and Possibilities
  • Dr. Harold Kudler, Associate Clinical Professor at Duke University – “Building DoD/VA/State and Community Partnerships:  A Public Health Approach to the Mental Health Needs of Service Members, Veterans and their Families
  • Maj. Ken Walden, author and pastor, Lakewood Methodist Church, Air Force Reserve – “Helping Military Families in our Community Adapt to Pre-Deployments, Deployments, and Post-Deployments
  • Rev. Shirley King and Patricia Harris, Women Veterans Support Services
  • Joshua Casteel, former Army interrogator, conscientious objector, author and playwright – “The Arts, Warfare, and Social Post-Trauma
  • Dr. J. Warren Smith, Associate Professor of Historical Theology at Duke Divinity School – “Redemption & PTSD
  • VA Chaplains Bill Cantrell and John Oliver – “Caring for Veteran’s After War
  • Shenandoah Nieuwsma, Ph.D Candidate Religious Studies, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill – “Wounded Bodies, Wounded Souls: Spiritual Fitness in the Modern Military
  • Rev. Shirley King and Patricia Harris, Women Veterans Support Services
  • Gen. Stephen N. Xenakis, retired Army Brigadier General and practicing psychiatrist
  • David Miller, DMin, Associate Professor of Missional Leadership Development, Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary
  • Peter Bowen, President of Servite High School

1 comment to Presenters

  • I believe it all started with chivalry. When the brave knight would ride into battle wearing the colors of his family, or the flag bearer leading the troops, his banner proudly held high for all to see, and no mistake to be made who they were fighting for.