This Week’s Top Christian Blogs: The 9/11 Tenth Anniversary Edition

Linking you to the top 5 Christian blog posts of the week—posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living. 

Ministry in a Post-9/11 World: Thoughts from Leading Pastors

Read what pastors like Matt Chandler, Kevin DeYoung, Thabiti Anyabwile, and others have to say about ministry in a post-9/11 World. Trevin Wax provides the forum for their insights in Ministry in a Post-9/11 World.  

9/11 and the Value of Life

Over at the Crossway Publishing blog, they are sharing excerpts from When Worlds Collide by R. C. Sproul. Read about how 9/11 Shows the Value of Human Life

Where Were You on 9/11?

I don’t normally post about my own posts, but today I’ll make an exception. And it really isn’t about me, but about Lisa Beamer and where she was and how she responded when she learned that her husband, 9/11 hero Todd Beamer, was on a downed hijacked plane. Read her story in Where Were You on 9/11?  

Where Were You When the World Stopped?

Trevin Wax shares where he was in Where Were You When the World Stopped Turning?   

How Evangelical Leaders Have Changed Since 9/11

Christianity Today interviews a number of Christian leaders who share their perspective on How Evangelical Leaders Have Changed Since 9/11.  

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  1. 1234aussie said:

    NOwonder9/11 happened , the sheeple trust the military -industrial complex that controls the u.s.a. 9/11 was so well organised ,and the evidence showing the coverup of evidence is so extensive it is obviously a scam . building 7 destroyed by explosivies planted when?? and by whom?? NO wreckage of an airliner at the pentagon and no release of 35 cameras evidence of what was used to ceuse small hoke through thre walls , and hundreds of other covered up rvidence. WHen the next ‘attack’ happens don’t come crying to me.

    September 12, 2011

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