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Remembering 9/11: The Day the Sky Turned Black
On September 11, 2001, Christina and Brian Stanton were blown back into their apartment and knocked unconscious by the impact of the second plane hitting the south World Trade Center tower.
Four miles north, the staff of Redeemer Presbyterian Church climbed out a window onto a balcony. From there, they saw both towers collapse. Four hours south, the staff of Capitol Hill Baptist Church could feel the reverberations of the plane slamming into the Pentagon.
Half a country away, John Piper looked at the staff of his Bethlehem Baptist Church and told them, “This changes everything.”
In these stories of loss, trauma, redemption, and eternal hope, we see that God was, and is, and always will be at work—even in the darkest moments.
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|Sep 08, 2021|
Remembering 9/11: The Most Hopeful People
In this episode, you'll hear how God worked in and through the tragedy of September 11, 2001 to draw Christina and Brian Stanton into a deeper faith.
Pastors Tim Keller, Mark Dever, John Piper, and Bert Daniel, along with several Redeemer Presbyterian Church elders and staff, also share their stories of how this particular collective suffering changed their lives, their ministries, and their churches, forever.
|Sep 08, 2021|
Introducing Recorded: Remembering 9/11
In this two-part series, we’ll follow the story of Christina and Brian Stanton, who were standing on their New York City apartment terrace when the second plane roared over their shoulders and changed their lives on September 11, 2001.
|Aug 31, 2021|