Jack Wilson leads the volunteer security team at West Freeway Church of Christ in White Settlement, Texas. Before December 29, few outside his friends and family were aware of the significance of his service.
That was the day a man pulled a shotgun from his coat and then shot and killed two people. In a matter of seconds, Wilson shot and killed the shooter.
Wilson received the first-ever Medal of Courage from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Monday. The governor’s office described the award as the highest honor a Texas governor can give a citizen for those “who display great acts of heroism by risking their own safety to save another’s life.”
“Only God knows who is alive today because of Jack Wilson,” the governor stated. “What we do know is that so many lives were saved because of Jack Wilson’s quick action, his calmness under pressure and, above all else, his courage and his willingness to risk his own life to save the lives of others.”
“When a president is impeached, what should Christians do?”
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced yesterday that President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial will begin in the Senate next Tuesday. His statement came after Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi confirmed that the House would vote today on managers to prosecute their case against the president.
These managers will ceremonially walk the articles of impeachment from the House chamber to the Senate, formally presenting them and prompting the trial to commence. (For background on impeachment and biblical reflections, please see Steve Yount’s article on our website: “When a president is impeached, what should a Christian do?“)
Meanwhile, six Democratic Party candidates for president debated last night in Iowa. Elizabeth Warren delivered what many are calling the line of the night, noting that the four men on the stage had lost ten races while the two women—she and Minnesota Sen. Amy…
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