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Bullets & the Bible: Alabama Church Opens Gun Range

Ever wanted to shoot a few rounds for the sake of Jesus? You can do as such at a congregation in Alabama, which has opened a weapon range.

Behind the Rocky Mount United Methodist Church in Jemison, Alabama, lies an dirt-clay range where church individuals rehearse their marksmanship in the middle of supplication to God. Pastor Phillip Guin said the thought for the range came out of a need to show a few of his congregation’s weapon proprietors about gun safety.

Since a hefty portion of his congregation’s individuals were hunters and weapon devotees, Guin chose to make the Rocky Mount Hunt and Gun Club.

The range is likewise utilized my a few officers as a part of the Jemison Police Department including Deputy Chief Marc McMinn who trains and shows safety courses to members from public in general there.

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  1. Babatunde Prince

    hahahahahahahaha lets shoot for the lord. Wonders shall never end. Before it was gay and now bullets..WHat next ?

  2. Paul Paul

    Holy Christ. This is rubbish again

  3. Jamiu Raji Rassaki

    This is serious. Christianity is a religion for the demons and illuminates.

  4. Temitayo Adedigba

    Bible for that matter ? Na wah oh

  5. Treasure Ozioma

    Who are they training to shoot now ?

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