Active Aggressors &  Threats Against the Church

Sunday, Sept 30 • 5 pm - 7:30 pm

Join us for an evening of important facts, awareness, education, & key lessons, plus life-saving tools & survival techniques to help us all navigate the threats of our world today. All church members, community guests, and other visitors are invited and encouraged to attend!

Teens (grades 7-12) are welcome & encouraged to attend the event!

Childcare signups for ages 0-6th grade were available for all who RSVP'd by SUNDAY, SEPT 23.

(Questions about childcare for this event? Contact Rebecca Sutton at the church office @ 972.233.2392 or

This event will be held in the church's Auditorium, with light refreshments available in the Fellowship Hall during a brief intermission, about halfway through the presentation.

In an adjoining room in the church building, as usual for our Sunday evenings at Prestoncrest, at a designated time (TBA), communion and a short devotional will also be available for those who wish to participate.


About our Guest Speaker, Rod Fulenwider:
Rod serves as the Executive Director for D & L Protective Services. Prior to D & L he was the Managing Director for Pinkerton Consulting & Investigations, and served in executive loss prevention and managing security positions with a number of major companies. He served 7 years in the Navy and as an adult probation officer in Texas. Rod holds a bachelor’s in criminal science and has completed graduate work in criminal psychology. He has published articles in several professional periodicals. Additionally, he has written a book entitled "A Manager’s Guide to Workplace Violence." His specialties include internal theft, investigations, active shooter, workplace violence and program development. Rod is regularly featured as a guest speaker at workshops on subjects such as active shooter, security for churches, internal theft, armed robbery, executive protection, workplace violence, and other topics. He is a graduate and a board advisor to the Dallas FBI Citizens Academy, and a graduate of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Citizens Academy. Rod is the co-founder and Chairman of the International Supply Chain Protection Organization and also serves on the advisory board to the University of North Texas School of Criminal Justice.