NEXT STOP - BOZEMAN, MONTANA (SEPTEMBER 19) CLICK HERE FOR INFO.

Police Officers from all over South Carolina (and beyond) attended the Sheepdog Seminar in Charleston. There were patrol officers, wild life officers, police chiefs, and sheriffs. CBS Evening News even stopped by. 

If you missed our live webinar from Charleston, s.c., it's still available. Click Here to Watch 

Some of us sheepdogs had been trying for three years to convince our Pastor to let us start a safety team at our church... Thanks to you and Carl, his eyes are wide open now. We’ve already started putting together out team... - Charleston Sheepdog Seminar attendee

VIDEO - This is WHY we have Sheepdog Seminars FOR CHURCHES. This video to the right will make you sick, angry, and, perhaps as I did, break into tears. A 76-year old woman was attacked inside a church in Nebraska. She was robbed and then punched. These kind of acts are NOT going to stop. I beg you to prepare and protect your people...

  • Man tries to rob church during worship service (pastor and son subdue him. CLICK HERE for story)

  • JULY 30: Boulder, CO. Armed witness rescues woman from attempted murder in church parking lot (READ STORY)

 

 WE HAVE DECIDED TO GO
"FULL THROTTLE"

In view of the escalation of violence at churches, and the ever-present threat of violence in all of society, we have set our eyes upon going into every state in 2016 and 2017 with the Sheepdog Message. 

If you missed our FIRST live webinar, you can still view it! Click on player. 

If you missed our FIRST live webinar, you can still view it! Click on player. 

 

OUR MISSION & PURPOSE

Violence penetrates every segment of life: our houses of worship, our schools, our malls, theaters, our homes -- ALL have been deeply affected by acts of senseless violence.

Our country - and world - is in a season of violence. The Sheepdog Seminars are a response to violence. The sheepdog loves the sheep, and is aware of the wolf that preys upon the sheep. Motivated by love, the sheepdog is driven to defend the sheep. It is our desire to build a community of leaders who believe they are “called” to protect others.

Please read this important message about our seminars.

 

SHEEPDOG SEMINARS SCHEDULE

We are looking for host locations in: Los Angeles, Oakland, San Francisco, Phoenix, Chicago, Little Rock, Atlanta, New York, Washington D.C., Miami.  CLICK HERE to learn what it takes to host a seminar.  

EVENTS FOR 2015 and 2016

2016 SHEEPDOG SEMINAR SCHEDULE

WANT TO HOST A SEMINAR IN YOUR CITY?

 

JUNE

MAY

NO OPEN DATES

 

AUGUST

August 13- unavailable

JULY

OPEN

OCTOBER

  • Des Moine, Iowa - (October 8)

DECEMBER

OPEN

NOVEMBER

OPEN

Never before have I heard God speak to me than in the way he did at the Sheepdog seminar.
— Sheepdog Seminar Attendee
 

Lt. Col. Dave Grossman talks about being a sheepdog and receiving the training needed to protect your community.

 

CHURCH SAFETY KIT

Jimmy Meeks, 34 year police officer and minister for 40 years, presents a detailed explanation in this 2 hour DVD presentation on WHY we should be concerned about the need for safety based upon scripture and WHAT kind of plan we can initiate to increase the safety factor for our congregations. Getting started is the most difficult part and Jimmy will give you step by step instructions on doing just that.

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CARL CHINN AND JIMMY MEEKS ARE AVAILABLE FOR "MINI" SEMINARS THAT FOCUS ON CHURCH SAFETY. WE HAVE PLENTY OF OPEN DATES FOR THESE SEMINARS. FOR MORE INFO, CALL 817.437.9693. THESE SEMINARS RUN ON SATURDAY FROM 8:30 - 3:00 P.M.

 


RECENT CHURCH-RELATED VIOLENCE (updated August 24 )

Alabama: A 14-year-old girl was sexually molested in the bathroom of her church Sunday morning, police said. The assault happened about 11:45 a.m. at Greater Temple Missionary church on Fourth Avenue West. Birmingham police Lt. Scott Thurmond said a man entered the church and went into the ladies restroom. Read Story

"IT IS SO SAD THAT WE HAVE REACHED A POINT IN SOCIETY WHERE THESE PREDATORS HAVE NO BOUNDARIES...'' ALABAMA POLICE CHIEF A.C. ROPER, COMMENTING ON THE ABOVE STORY