With a grand jury announcement in the Ferguson, Mo., case of Micheal Brown’s shooting drawing near, many churches plan to offer prayer, shelter, food and a sanctuary for protesters, residents, students and others affected by potential unrest.
With a grand jury announcement in the Ferguson, Mo., case of Micheal Brown’s shooting drawing near, many churches plan to offer prayer, shelter, food and a sanctuary for protesters, residents, students and others affected by potential unrest. Charlie Riedel The Associated Press
With a grand jury announcement in the Ferguson, Mo., case of Micheal Brown’s shooting drawing near, many churches plan to offer prayer, shelter, food and a sanctuary for protesters, residents, students and others affected by potential unrest. Charlie Riedel The Associated Press

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