Fallen Soldiers March®

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Fallen Soldiers March® 501 (c) (3) non-profit

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Fallen Soldiers March®

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A 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit Dedicated to
Providing Biblical Counseling,
Service Dogs, and Veteran Advocacy

Dr. Daniel R. Berger II, Director of AIM

Dr. Daniel R. Berger II, Director of AIM

Dr. Daniel R. Berger II is the founder and director of Alethia International Ministries (AIM), where he continues to write and to speak around the world in churches, organizations, medical communities, and at various counseling and teacher's conferences. He is also an experienced pastor, counselor, school administrator, and the author of eleven books, which focus on biblical counseling, biblical phenomenology, practical theology, education, parenting, and the history and philosophy behind the current mental health construct. Daniel earned his B.S. in counseling, an M.S. in counseling/psychology, an M.A. in pastoral studies, and a doctorate in pastoral theology. Daniel is also an adjunct professor at several Universities and seminaries-including serving as the director of a post-grad degree at SEBI (Brasilia, Brazil) in Biblical Counseling, which is specifically focused on understanding the construct of mental illness from a biblical perspective and establishing a biblical phenomenology for mindsets, emotions, and behaviors claimed to be abnormal within secular thinking.

When he is not traveling to speak, Daniel and his wife Oriana live in Greenville South Carolina with their four children. Daniel is fluent in Spanish, has studied 2 other languages, and is currently learning Brazilian Portuguese. Daniel also enjoys photography, golf (but not on the PGA tour), basketball, and almost every type of food. He has lived in Hawaii, Florida, Ohio, the Dominican Republic, and grew up in Cross Lanes West Virginia.

Daniel’s Grandfather, Walter G. Fremont served in France in the Army during WWII, where he earned several metals of honor, was later used of God to establish numerous Christian camps, and was instrumental in helping to start the Christian school movement in America. Daniel is burdened to help soldiers, who struggle with phenomenological issues, to find grace and peace in Jesus Christ as they live in a broken world.

At an early age, Daniel desired to become a Marine, but God had other plans. Though he has not personally served in the military, Daniel highly values the sacrifices of time and life as well as the health and relationships that most soldiers offer freely to their country and loved ones. One of Daniel’s favorite speaking engagements is the opportunity to present a biblical phenomenology of trauma to people who have endured abuse or survived the theatre of war. It is a great joy to witness God’s grace and truth free the human soul from its naturally destructive responses to life’s deepest pains and burdens. What we all need is hope, and God is the only genuine hope that heals the broken hearted and saves the crushed in Spirit (Romans 15:13).

It is a privilege and honor to give back to the men and women who have given so much to ensure that Americans remain free. The Fallen Soldier March allows me another opportunity to make a positive difference and to express my gratitude to our military heroes for their many sacrifices.

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