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September 11 is a date that is seared into the mind of Americans. But for some, the memory of that date is all too real. On this week’s podcast, we are honored to be joined by former New York Fire Department serviceman Bill Groneman. He discusses some memories from September 11, 2001 as well as how it led him to have PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). In the final moments of the interview, Mr. Groneman shares some tips on how individuals and churches can help others who are struggling with PTSD.
September 11: A Memoir [Amazon.com]
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Opening theme: “Josie Has the Upper Hand” by Josh Woodward
Closing theme: “Afterglow” by Josh Woodward