Galen Womack, head of security at Wichita’s First Church of the Nazarene, brings in a group to help multiple churches with security training in Wichita annually. (Nov. 6, 2017)
Galen Womack, head of security at Wichita’s First Church of the Nazarene, brings in a group to help multiple churches with security training in Wichita annually. (Nov. 6, 2017) Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle
Galen Womack, head of security at Wichita’s First Church of the Nazarene, brings in a group to help multiple churches with security training in Wichita annually. (Nov. 6, 2017) Fernando Salazar The Wichita Eagle

Churches seek balance between security, vigilance and love

November 06, 2017 05:38 PM

UPDATED November 06, 2017 09:46 PM

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