Shallotte ministry offers place of hope for people battling problems
By Si CantwellSi.Cantwell@StarNewsOnline.com
When Dominick Fernandes returned from Iraq in 2006, he was an angry man.He’d been wounded three times, including a sniper shot that hit his helmet and could have killed him.“When I first got back, I was headed to prison,” he said. He picked fights with people, driven by an inner turmoil that wouldn’t quit.
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