Active Aggressors &  Threats Against the Church

Sunday, September 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!

Childcare will be available for ages 0-6th grade for all who RSVP by the deadline - stay tuned for links & details.

Teens are welcome & encouraged to attend!

This event will be held in the church's Auditorium, with some 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.