College students describe the 9/11 attacks as a time when America stood as one

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Pastor Dewey Note: We came together as country after this hell on earth. Will we ever come together again. Will it have to take a tragedy right out of hell to do it? Our daughter Gretchen and her friend Marcus were just in New York and visited the 9/11 memorial. Gretchen said it was a very, very moving moment, a time to reflect.

FOX NEWS REPORTS:

Fox News Digital spoke with Gen Z Americans on campuses across the country ahead of the 21st anniversary of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

This is the first generation to learn about the attacks through others since they were not yet born the day America came under attack. Members of the college class of 2026 were not born until three years after the attacks.

“It’s hard to find it super meaningful just because you weren’t there when it happened,” a University of Texas at Austin student admitted. Story Here

This is from Joni and Friends:

Alex, his wife Silvia, and their family arrived at their first Joni and Friends Warrior Getaway dealing with the far-reaching effects of post-traumatic stress. Alex served for 15-plus years as a Mortuary Affairs Specialist in the Army, honoring fallen soldiers by recovering their remains on the battlefield and ensuring they were brought back home for proper burial.

“I was speechless when I got to the Pentagon. It was a scene of destruction like a real-life horror movie. I have no words to explain it.

When I first came to Warrior Getaway, I couldn’t even talk about it. But now I can tell my story, sometimes with tears, because Warrior Getaway gave me the tools and hope I need to survive.”

Alex

Remembering Our Heroes On 9/11

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