A decorated Army combat medic is fighting to save lives in a different way.

As part of our Commitment 2018 coverage, we had a chance to talk to Chris Wolfenbarger about his new mission. 

"That was the day I went from being a Buddhist to a Christian to be honest with you," said Wolfenbarger, a retired Missouri Army National Guard Sergeant, reflecting on the day he survived a massive suicide bomb in Afghanistan.

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Rob Hughes ~ KMBC.com

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