OFFICER: Praying for safety

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How blessed was I, and many others, to see police officer Charles Hatley being discharged from the hospital! And that his injury wasnít fatal. If you donít pray for protection for our police officers and our fire fighters, you should make it a priority because they need it! We have no idea what they face every day and they deserve our support. Thanking you all for what you do and pray for His protection.

MARY JANE HAHN

Post Falls

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