Copyright 2012

 In recent weeks, several news groups have begun reporting on something now called “Active Shooter”. Most recently (Nov. of 2013) CBS Morning News interviewed John Miller (correspondent and former Asst. FBI Director) who had just returned from a international meeting of law enforcement. The center piece of the discussion was this phenomenon now gripping America.

What is stumping all the professionals is the lack of any common denominator. In lay man terms – this just doesn’t make any sense.

But actually it does!

Using the following as a base line definition:

A distinctive or characteristic pattern of behavior.

We began offering a 2 day seminar series on “Active Shooter Syndrome” in 2012. This is a remarkable walk through Romans Chapter 1 that entails the very elements present in these people, and others. More than just a source to identify the “why”; this series gives the audience fundamental guidelines to identify the issues early that lead to this behavior and also identifies what government, business’, and churches need to be doing to help prevent future acts. This is now taught regularly in 2 states, and more requests are coming in.

About 15 years ago several prophesies were given by a variety of people in which it was stated that America will enter into another Revolution. While everyone would have a different opinion of what that means, not many would recognize its presence. We are there today. We have underestimated the anger and frustration of the American people in regards to failed government, rampant fraud that steals and destroys life; invasion of privacy on every front; and the inability for people to simply cope with day to day life.

In a failed attempt to answer these issues, and more, the medical community has resorted to “pharmaceutical” solutions. We are now an over prescribed society.

Contact us today and schedule this phenomenal 2 day series for your staff, and people of your community.

Be a part of bringing hope to what the experts think is simply hopeless.

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