A new revelation in the investigation into the deadly Las Vegas shooting which killed 59 people and injured over 500 others has revealed that the shooter shot a hotel security guard six minutes before firing into the crowd from a room of the Mandalay Bay resort and casino.
In response to the horrific Las Vegas shooting over the weekend, Trump referenced Psalm 34:18, saying, “Scripture teaches us the Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit. We seek comfort in those words, for we know that God lives in the hearts of those who grieve.”
Your kids likely woke up to news of the horrific mass shooting that took place overnight at a country music concert in Las Vegas. In the aftermath of the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history, conversations surrounding guns, hate, and seemingly random attacks are inevitable. As your kids head to school, other children may comment on the attack and even perpetuate the fear and anxiety that many feel after a tragedy like Las Vegas.
How should you talk to your kids about the mass shooting in Las Vegas? There are five factors to consider when shaping how you talk with your children about a tragedy like this attack.
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