GEORGETOWN, KY – World Trade Center survivor Sujo John will speak Tuesday, September 10, at 11 a.m. in John L. Hill Chapel as Georgetown College observes what will be the 12th anniversary of the 9/11 attack. Mr. John will recount the details of the incredible events he witnessed during his narrow escape from death.
Sujo and his wife, Mary, both worked in the World Trade Center at the time. He was on the 81st floor of the North Tower; Mary, then pregnant, was on the 71st floor of the South Tower.
They both lived to share their accounts of that horrific day. John was launched into an international evangelistic ministry as a result, and is taking his story of hope and faith around the world.
The inspiring story has been covered in The New York Times, by the B.B.C., The Times- London, Associated Press, The 700 Club, TBN, Daystar Television, Charisma Magazine, Billy Graham Specials and other national and international media. Sujo has spoken nationwide and around the world to millions since September 11, 2001.
Local area first responders have been invited to hear Mr. John on Tuesday. Those in attendance will be recognized
John is also the founder of Youcanfree.us, a movement to rescue and rehabilitate victims of human trafficking. This ministry presently runs safe houses in New Delhi, India.
He will discuss human trafficking issues during a talk Monday at 8 p.m. in Hill Chapel. Both presentations are open to the public.
Mr. John holds a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce and an MBA. He is the author of the book, “Do You Know Where You Are Going? – One Man’s Story of September 11 and the Saving Grace of Jesus Christ.” He and Mary and their children, Jeremy, Sophia and Jayden, reside in the Dallas, Texas suburb of Lantana.