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Faith Leaders Question How to Address Gun Violence in Churches
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://keepandbeararms.com

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The Rev. Rob Schenck believes all life is sacred. He built his ministry and his reputation around anti-abortion activism, preaching from picket lines in front of abortion clinics. Over the past few years, his opinion on abortion hasn't changed, but his sense of calling has shifted. He refocused his ministry on gun violence after a 2013 fatal shooting at the Washington Navy Yard, which is near his home.
 

Comment by: Uncommon1 (5/17/2016)
The churches in the area where I live have found a viable answer to this question. They have hired off duty police officers to sit in the congregation, in places where they have easy access to all aisles, so that they can protect those who may need protection. Not only that, but the officers are receiving a message of hope and grace while they serve. It's a symbiotic relationship that seems to work quite well.
 

Comment by: Uncommon1 (5/17/2016)
The churches in the area where I live have found a viable answer to this question. They have hired off duty police officers to sit in the congregation, in places where they have easy access to all aisles, so that they can protect those who may need protection. Not only that, but the officers are receiving a message of hope and grace while they serve. It's a symbiotic relationship that seems to work quite well.
 

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