'People Are Afraid': New Effort Aims to Stop Violent Attacks on US Churches and Houses of Worship

June 22, 2019

A significant portion of the day was dedicated to the important role media play, especially Christian media.

"We have to know our facts and do our journalistic work as well as we possibly can," said Craig Parshall, general counsel for the National Religious Broadcasters Association. "But then we have to remind people that in the middle of crisis, in the middle of chaos, there's a God who's still in control."

Read more at: https://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/us/2019/june/people-are-afraid-new-effort-aims-to-stop-violent-attacks-on-us-churches-and-houses-of-worship



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