Charleston, South Carolina Police Chief Greg Mullen (ret.) will be our featured speaker. Chief Mullen was the chief when the attack on Mother Emanuel occurred, in which 9 lives were lost.
PROGRAM CHANGE: Charleston, South Carolina Police Chief Greg Mullen (retired) will be with us ...but...
We will also provide instruction on what is known as "Left of Bang." This term is a reference to signs that are often exhibited by an attacker BEFORE he commits an act of violence (such as a shooting, stabbing, etc). "WHAT TO LOOK FOR"
Who can ever forget the tragic deaths of nine precious people at Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C. in June of 2015?
It was during a Wednesday night Bible Study. The assailant had sat there for almost an hour, appearing to be engaged in the study when, as they closed in prayer, he pulled out a gun and opened fire upon these worshipers.
Chief Greg Mullen will certainly never forget. Indeed, he was the Chief of Police in the very city in which this tragedy took place: Charleston, South Carolina. Chief Mullen recently retired and, at the invitation of Sheepdog Seminars, is coming to our area and will challenge us in ways that perhaps we have not considered.
Pastors, church leaders, police officers; this seminar is for Y-O-U! Chief Mullen will challenge us to engage our communities, initiate relationships - and much more. After hearing Chief Mullen speak of the principles he and his department had implemented, you will understand why the people of Charleston displayed such unity after the tragedy of Mother Emanuel.
This event will take place on Saturday, January 27, 2018
LOCATION: North Pointe Baptist Church - 147 East Hurst Blvd. Hurst, TX 76053
HOURS: 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M (noon)
- REGISTRATION IS OPEN
- 30.00 PER PERSON
- Please note: we do NOT offer refunds.
"Like all great police chiefs, Greg Mullen is more than an outstanding police officer. He's also an outstanding man...Few police officers of Chief Mullen's generation have achieved so much -- and fewer still have done so while winning the near-universal admiration and respect of the city and citizens they serve." Charleston, SC Mayor John Tecklenburg