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In North Little Rock, Baptist churches get crash course in preventing mass shootings

Baptist churches get crash course in preventing mass shootings

By Francisca Jones

This article was published March 17, 2018 at 4:30 a.m.

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Travis Story (second from left) of Story Law Firm in Fayetteville speaks during a question-and-answer panel at the church security preparation seminar hosted by the Arkansas Baptist Convention at Park Hill Baptist Church in North Little Rock on Monday. Story, along with the convention’s assistant executive director Greg Addison (left), Sherwood police officer Jeff Hagar and North Little Rock Police Chief Mike Davis, each led topic sessions at the seminar.

Church security seminar attendees look on Monday as North Little Rock Police Chief Mike Davis opens a defibrillator during a walk-through security che...

Arkansas pastors and church staff walk through the nursery area of North Little Rock’s Park Hill Baptist Church.

About 250 pastors, staff and members of Baptist churches attended a seminar Monday devoted to church safety and security -- hosted by the Arkansas Baptist State Convention -- at Park Hill Baptist Church in North Little Rock.

Church security seminar attendees look on Monday as North Little Rock Police Chief Mike Davis opens a defibrillator during a walk-through security che...

Arkansas pastors and church staff walk through the nursery area of North Little Rock’s Park Hill Baptist Church.

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Print Headline: SAFE and SECURE

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RBear says... March 17, 2018 at 8:24 a.m.

Leave it to the Baptists to leverage an agenda of fear to promote another agenda of guns. It's a part of their congregations' culture and maybe it's merited when many of your members are gun nuts. After all, many of the recent shootings in churches were a result of domestic issues.

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