Story of Redemption: Freddie Owens

Freddie Owens was part of the first open conflict in Vietnam in 1965. During that time, was wounded in action, and like most soldiers who fought in the Vietnam War, he returned home to a country that did not appreciate the depth of sacrifice that took place there. Over the many years following the war, Freddie struggled with post-traumatic stress. It was in the late 1990’s that Freddie and his wife were invited to Redemption Church, and they found a place to call their spiritual home. Here, Freddie found the kind of healing that only God can bring – healing of more than the physical wounds. Freddie found Redemption here.

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2 Replies to “Story of Redemption: Freddie Owens”

  1. Greetings Bro. Freddie Owens. I greet you in Jesus Joy I am Eric L. Jackson,Sr. and was honored attend and share the gift of song (singing the National Anthem & the Lord’s prayer) at the Vietnam Memorial Wall following the Saturday evening Ia Drang Reunion,banquets, 1998-20014. My cousin,William Brooks Mitchell,Medic,HHC, 1/7, C Co. was KIA on 15 NOV 1965,Ia Drang Valley.. I would love to reconnect with you. I pray that you and your family immediate and extended are in divine health. Warmest regards, ,MSgt,Eric Jackson,(Ret.),PA ANG, 193 Special Operations Wing,Middletown,PA.
    My address is: 1461 Lakeside Drive,Middletown,PA, 17057; mobile: 717-743-0711;email: ejacks1957@gmail.

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