(Worthy News) - The small town of Benton, Kentucky was rocked by a terrible tragedy when a shooting broke out a Marshall County High School last month. A 15-year-old student fatally shot two fellow students and injured 14 others with a handgun.
When a team of crisis-trained chaplains from the Billy Graham Evangelicals Association made their way to Kentucky, so many people lined up to speak with them that the crowd swallowed the parking lot.
The 14 Rapid Response Team Chaplains set up their Mobile Ministry Center in the parking lot of a local BBQ restaurant ready to comfort the population of around 4,500. [ Source: CBN News (Read More...) ]
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