9/11 and NAPS in New York

Benjamin Baker brought this story to my awareness:

9/11 and True Adventism

[A] group of young people from a small college in Huntsville, Alabama, truly reflected the spirit of Adventism in their response to 9/11.  No sooner had the commandeered planes connected to the steel and glass of One World Trade Center than Dr. Anthony Paul and a dozen students from a group called the National Association for the Prevention of Starvation (NAPS) at Oakwood University filed into cars and drove 24 hours non-stop to New York City with no other plan than to be there and do whatever they could for those suffering. [COMPLETE ESSAY]

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