In this show, we are talking to the police. The Laymen's hearts are heavy this week. With everything that went on in Louisiana, Minnesota and then in Dallas, our hearts ache for those lost. On today's show we spent time talking with an officer from Georgia, and our own Kemp, who also works as a police officer. We wanted to talk through what a week like this means for our men and women who protect us on a daily basis. Also, we wanted to know how to pray for our police officers. What he said was to pray for wisdom, for their psychological health, and that may be a servant in need.
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We had he privilege of having Black Rifle Coffee Company. Do yourself a favor and click the link and go buy some coffee. They are a small batch roasting company that is owned by veterans. What that means is that when you buy the coffee, they roast it and then ship it. They also support the Wounded Warriors Project.
As you have heard already, we are hosting a charity golf tournament. On July 30th we will have the first annual Laymen’s Cup Golf Tournament. It will be at Glenn Oaks Golf Club in Maiden, NC. Please come out and play. All proceeds will go to support Christian Family Services and Shaun’s adoption.
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Please pray for us, as we are praying for you.
Kemp, Patrick, Shaun, and Wes.