Pastors teach their congregations to trust and have faith in God. Does having a gun or security team in place mean that we don’t have enough trust in God?
What must be done at all places of worship to keep church shootings from continuing to occur?
If a pastor has the attitude that he would not/should not use any implement (especially a gun) to protect his congregation, or himself, is that a true shepherd?
Bob Burgess (pastor, veteran of law enforcement for 38 years) puts into perspective the concept of carrying a gun to church
The TX church shooting: How churches can protect themselves. We are joined by Bob Burgess (pastor, veteran of law enforcement for 38 years). Topics discussed include: Do guns save lives? How does an event like this affect those who work it (removal of bodies, collection of evidence, etc.)? What takes place in any event like this? How could someone put into perspective having a gun in church? Pastors teach their congregations to trust and have faith in God. Does having a gun or security team in place mean that we don’t have enough trust in God?
What motivated the Las Vegas killer? We are joined by Angela White (Producer of “A Question of Faith”). Bob Burgess (pastor, veteran of law enforcement for 38 years).
How should people protect themselves against harm in public venues? What should churches do for protection?
How does a guy with no military history or military weapon training get that type of weaponry into a hotel room without anyone noticing it?
Toppling A Monument, Attempting to Topple History! We are joined by Pastor Bob Burgess (veteran of law enforcement for 38 years). Topics discussed include: What is said about a culture that has degenerated to the point where the incident in Durham, N.C. is even possible, much less accepted? The perspective of a law enforcement veteran to the events in Charlottesville. Is there ever a time when a “stand down” order is appropriate? Is there a more sinister plan at work with these protests and riots?
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