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Iron Men take on project for Family Crisis Center

The Family Crisis Center’s Shelter needed strong men to make the backyard more usable for the children residing in shelter with their moms.  Little did they know that they would have Iron Men step up and take the project on, said Christy Huslig, outreach advocate.
Iron Men is the name of a discipleship program led by Billy Widiger at the First Assembly of God Church in Great Bend.
“Iron Men is about teaching men about integrity, keeping to their word and equipping men to be a better husband and father,” Widiger said. “Part of this discipleship process is doing ...


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