By Jovan Tripkovic, editorial fellow at Religion Unplugged and member of Steamboat Institute’s Emerging Leaders Council.
Monday marks the 22nd anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives in this deadliest terrorist attack ever on American soil. The tragic events of that day was the Pearl Harbor of a generation. Seniors graduating from college earlier this year were born in 2001. Many of them may not remember the events of that day. Nonetheless, the 9/11 attacks significantly shaped their childhood and the world they grew up in.
The horrific events of that day also reveal a story of heroism, hope, love and sacrifice. On that very day and the weeks that followed, New York became a city of quiet heroes. Tim Brown was one of them. Although he doesn’t consider himself a hero, he is one.
Read the full article at Religion Unplugged here.
Watch Tim Brown’s remarks at the 2021 Steamboat Institute Freedom Conference here.