This Sunday marks ten years since that awful day, September 11, 2001. On that day, terrorists hijacked four different passenger jets in an attack against the United States. Nearly 3,000 people were killed. It was an event that shook much of the world and certainly the United States.
Now ten years later, this Sunday morning, men and women will be in churches throughout the country. No doubt, people will be talking, praying, etc. regarding this ten year marker.
I would love to know what you think about the following questions. The first question is addressed to anyone who plans to be in a church service this Sunday morning.
The second question is specifically addressed to preachers.
What should be preached this Sunday regarding 9/11? What do you hope is not said? (Or, should anything be said?)
If you are preaching this Sunday, what do you intend to say regarding 9/11? (Or, if you have chosen to say nothing, how did you arrive at this decision?)