As the world approaches 9/11’s 20th anniversary, Bill Tammeus teaches about ‘unplugging extremism’
How we all wish that hope, voiced by journalist Bill Tammeus, is possible—especially in light of front-page news this week about deadly attacks in Afghanistan—a traumatic, horrific 20-year bookend to the attacks that began on 9/11/2001.
In our Front Edge Publishing columns, we have been reporting on Bill Tammeus’s multimedia outreach with his messages that start with honestly understanding what is happening in our world. In last week’s column, we urged our readers to visit Bill’s website for his columns that offer insightful news-analysis of global events.
Earlier, we reported on Bill’s invitation to provide the national Bible-study curriculum for 9/11 through the Wired Word online website.
This week, we learned that the Wired Word team believes this national conversation is so important that they have placed Bill’s curriculum outside the website’s paywall. In simple terms: They’re making his 9/11 discussion guide free for all of us.
Here is the free link to those resources.
ALSO: Bill has been invited to preach about these themes on Sunday, September 19, 2021, at the First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest. Here is a link that will be active for the streaming version of that service.
And, Bill will be preaching at his home church, Second Presbyterian of Kansas City, on September 12. That message won’t be specifically about 9/11, he says, but he will touch on that as well.