Just because life continues to change in ways that we cannot control or even keep up with does not mean that we should not mark 9/11. I intend to do so for as long as I live.
My fourth reflection in honor of the 21st anniversary of September 11 There is a scene in the Narnia movie Prince Caspian that always makes me cry. It is when the Pevensie children, Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy, are running in the ocean and laughing, delighted to be… Continue Reading “Everything You Know is About to Change: Why I Will Never Forget 9/11”
This is the third of my reflections on the twenty-first anniversary of 9/11. More of my answer to the man at the missions conference who told us it was “time to ‘get over’ September 11.” No. Maybe it is because I feel as if… Continue Reading “Remembering the Day That Everything Changed – September 11, 2001”
Angela Houtz, September 6, 1974-September 11, 2001,Rest in Peace and Rise in GloryAngie served her country and the homeless – until 9/11 cut her life short. September 11 is a national day of mourning for all that we lost on 9/11/01. It is a day… Continue Reading “Angie’s Great Project”