TICKETS ARE $25.00 APIECE OR 2 FOR $39.00
Ft. Worth, Texas (Hurst)
June 30, 2018
LOOK WHO ELSE WILL BE WITH US: Along with Colonel Grossman, Stephen Willeford (right) will be at this seminar. Stephen is the man who shot - and stopped - the killer at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas last November (where 26 worshipers had been murdered).
Stephen will share details with you about this tragedy that you don't know.
Doors open at 7:00 a.m. for "shooting practice." THIS IS NOT REAL SHOOTING, but the use of a video simulator in "shoot don't shoot" scenarios. Your target is the situation on the video screen.
8:30 - 1:00
REGISTRATION IS OPEN
TICKETS ARE 25.00 APIECE FOR A LIMITED TIME
2 TICKETS FOR 39.00
WE WILL ADDRESS THE SUBJECT OF "ACTIVE SHOOTERS."
OTHER TOPICS CONCERNING THE SAFETY OF YOUR FLOCK WILL ALSO BE ADDRESSED.
WHEN YOU LEAVE THE SEMINAR, YOU WILL KNOW WHAT YOU MUST START DOING!
WHO NEEDS TO ATTEND THIS SEMINAR?
Pastors, Church Staff, Church Secretaries, Youth Workers, Deacons, Ushers, Church Safety Teams, First Responders...School Administrators...Teachers...If you are concerned about the growing problem of violence at faith based locations (or anywhere else!) - this is for you...
School violence is a major concern in our country. We realize that you may not be able to be there Friday (due to school being in session), but on Saturday we would love to have you present. Hundreds of teachers have attended Col. Grossman's presentation.
Commonly Asked Questions
QUESTION: IS THIS SEMINAR ALL ABOUT GUNS?
ANSWER: No! By no means. We do believe in the 2nd Amendment of our Constitution - but we believe in MUCH MORE than that. The thousands that have attended our meetings will tell you that.
If you have concerns or questions about the seminar, do not hesitate to call Jimmy Meeks at 817-437-9693.
QUESTION: IS THIS SEMINAR FOR CHURCH PEOPLE ONLY?
ANSWER: No! The principles and topics we address are applicable to anyone and everyone concerned with violence. Colonel Grossman's presentation is certainly beyond the scope of church-related violence only. The whole idea behind the Sheepdog philosophy is geared toward the individuals who are concerned about violence anywhere and everywhere, and the means and mentality necessary to serve as a protector of one's family, church, community, and nation. We do address the ever-growing problem of church-related violence, but recognize the fact that the Sheepdog is a Sheepdog everywhere he or she goes.