When it comes to protecting a church property, having a gun in the equation isn’t necessarily the first priority, according to Jimmy Meeks of Sheepdog Safety Training based out of Hurst, Texas.
The majority of the employees who work at the combined restaurants of Panhandlers and Johnny’s Steak house in Oshkosh, Neb., are recovering addicts, and that’s how owner John Thomason likes it.
It will now be easier for faith-based institutions to receive federal disaster relief funds.
Because of an increase in their number of clients, and the desire to provide more services, the North Platte Women’s Resource Center is moving into a larger building.
I had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Adam Francisco this afternoon at Zion Lutheran Church in Grant, Neb.