Apostle Joan Hunter is the daughter of famed evangelists Charles and Frances Hunter, known as “The Happy Hunters.” But God has given her an incredible ministry of her own that has included bringing healing to victims of PTSD, including a large number of veterans, she says.
“God’s given me incredible revelation in the area of trauma and stress and also erasing the pain of the past or erasing the memories, the bad memories of things that happened to you or that you did that you wish you could just forget,” Hunter tells host Jared Laskey on the Adventures in the Spirit podcast on the Charisma Podcast Network. “And I’ve been praying for people. And it’s like, they don’t remember [the source of the trauma]. You know, it’s like, ‘All I have [are] good memories.'”
God has given her a special ministry with veterans, Hunter tells Lasky. She details much of this in her latest book, Miracles for Veterans. “We have a blanket … and so we’ve been putting [it on veterans] … praying for the person, praying over the blanket laying on him, and they’re getting completely delivered of PTSD. And the memories are going—it’s … so supernaturally incredible.
Hunter tells the story of one veteran who had suffered night terrors ever since his military service in Vietnam. “He gets married to this little lady who’s just a sweetheart, and he tries to kill her in the night,” she says. “Night terrors: There’s somebody next to you in Vietnam, you’re trained to attack and kill. … He got a blanket a couple years ago and prayer, and he’s not had one night terror since then.”
For more of Hunter’s amazing stories of God’s miraculous healing power for veterans and other victims of trauma, listen to the entire podcast here.