PDN Training Talk: November 16, 2017

Training Talk with Grant Cunningham is the show to watch to get reliable and responsible self defense information!

This week is devoted to a discussion about security in houses of worship. With the recent attack on a church in Texas, many congregations are taking a hard look — maybe their first look — at their own security procedures. This week, Grant will be joined by PDN contributors Joshua Gideon and Aaron Israel for an in-depth discussion about keeping people safe while they’re in prayer.

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5 Responses to “PDN Training Talk: November 16, 2017”

  1. James

    Just listened to church security on Grant’s program. Being a pastoral staff member in a large church I really appreciate the solid information regarding church security. After the TX church shooting our church is finally at least discussing the topic of creating a trained security team within our church body. Thanks ever so much for this great program.

  2. Michael Zoda

    Thank You for the great program and the opportunity to become a member – a truly great resource I just happened to tune in today on the church security issue – I am now a pastor and a former security specialist and sheriff’s officer – we have been discussing our security needs just this week – how timely can you get ! Thank You again – I look forward to utilizing your resources and tuning in – Sincerely Michael Zoda

  3. Ron

    Most people do not realize all that a Pastor and church deals with where there is a higher probability of some time of violence: i.e., PFA’s, domestic disputes, drug and alcohol addiction, ex-cons, custody disputes, physical and sexual abuse, mental and emotional issues, conflicts between families in the church, personal offenses, vagrants, con-men, and on and on…. on a weekly if not daily basis!

  4. Ron

    My church is a very large building, the auditorium is 120 feet by 95 feet; there is 75,000 square feet in the building; gymnasium; social hall; three floors in the educational wing; over 70 rooms in the building…. it is a massive facility to try and keep “secure”.