Triumph Over Terror
Are you searching for comfort and wondering, Where is God? amidst terror and turmoil?
The day that changed the world--September 11, 2001--propelled America into the long war, the Global War on Terror. Like many Americans who serve our country, Chaplain Bob Ossler donned his firefighter turn-out gear, boarded a plane, and made his way to Manhattan to help in any way possible. He was escorted onto the smoldering, quaking heap, dubbed The Pile. Entering into the Gates of Hell--the crematorium and morgue for nearly 3000 beloved souls--an electrifying chill of horror shot through him.
Trained as a professional first responder, Ossler served five tours of duty during the cleanup at Ground Zero after 9/11. His eyewitness vignettes recount the questions, fears, struggles, and sacrifices of the families and workers overwhelmed by despair. Chaplain Ossler conducted over 300 mini-memorials for the fragmentary remains carried off the Pile. He comforted the mourners, the frightened, and the heartbroken laborers sifting through millions of tons of carnage for the remains of their faith, their friends, and the unknown dead.
From the broken fragments of glass, steel, and men, Ossler's mosaic of God's grace unveils the outpouring of generosity, heroism, and unity from people who stepped up to do something. Chaplain Read More chevron_right
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