(Worthy News) - Churches are some of the most vulnerable places on the planet when it comes to crime, security experts say.
Sunday's massacre at a Baptist church in Texas drove the point home for many, but for law enforcement--it's been a reality for years.
Sheriff Robert Chody oversees law enforcement for half a million residents in Williamson County, just north of Austin, Texas. After Sunday's shooting he began organizing a security summit for local churches. [ Source: CBN News (Read More...) ]
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