Churches in Crosshairs of Jihad Security Summit for Pastors Police Patriots

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Churches in Crosshairs of Jihad Security Summit for Pastors Police Patriots

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Shepherd Gate Church 4310 Pleasant Valley Road Chantilly, VA 20151

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On April 24 in Threat Assessment in the Domestic War, former FBI agent and founder of Understanding the Threat John Guandolo wrote,

The US Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO) is overseeing the national consolidation of Islamic forces including individual mosques, regional councils and USCMO leadership. The USCMO is solidifying communications and logistics coordination, as well as assisting in preparations for confrontation. Mosques and Islamic Centers are organizing for armed confrontation with law enforcement, shoring up physical defenses where they see likely confrontation, and increasing pre-attack surveillance of churches and other targets.

All of the following recent stories, which support Mr. Guandolo's analysis, were reported in the past 15 months,

British churches advised to report ‘anything suspicious, Carey, Andrew (27 May 2017), Global Christian News (

Islamic State Supporters Call for More Suicide Attacks Targeting Christians Following Egyptian Church Bombings, Klein, Aaron and Waked, Ali (11 April 2017), Breitbart(

Muslim radicals are targeting US churches, Virtue, David (22 February 2017), Global Christian News (

Feds: Dearborn Heights Man Supports ISIS, Planned Attack, Hicks, Mark (5 February 2017), The Detroit News (

Secret ISIS List Names Thousands of Churches in all 50 States for Attack During Holidays, Hohmann, Leo (22 December 2016), WorldNetDaily (

Churches take new security measures in face of terror threats, McKay, Hollie (15 August 2016), Fox News(

California: Muslims screaming “Allahu Akbar!” through a bullhorn terrorize church during worship service, Geller, Pamela (12 August 2016), Geller Report (

US Muslim Planned to Massacre Christians in Church, Hohmann, Leo (22 February 2016), WorldNetDaily (

Event Agenda

9:00 AM Welcome/Invocation
Dan Duis, Senior Pastor, Shepherd Gate Church 9:15 AM Summit Introduction and Overview
Rev. Bill Cook, Founder & CEO, Black Robe Regiment of VA 9:30 AM Civilization Jihad: What it is and what you can do about it
Chris Gaubatz, Vice-President, Understanding the Threat 11:15 AM Confronting the Threat: A Sheriff's First-Hand Account
Scott Jenkins, Culpeper County Sheriff 12:00 PM Lunch/Q&A 12:30 PM The Pulpit of the Revolution and why it is needed today
Rev. Bill Cook, Founder & CEO, Black Robe Robe Regiment of VA 1:15 PM A Call for Watchmen on the Wall
Randy Wilson, National Field Director, Church Ministries, FRC 2:00 PM Next Steps 2:30 PM Closing Prayer/Adjourn


Chris Gaubatz is Vice President at Understanding the Threat. In 2007, he was hired as an intern at the Council on American-Islamic Relations' Maryland/Virginia office. Chris was able to pentrate the Hamas front by feigning conversion to Islam, and attending Muslim Brotherhood/Hamas conferences. While at CAIR, Chris uncovered a fraudulent scheme to defraud Muslims by employing an invidual who was impersonating an attorney, who falsely claimed to be representing them in immigration proceedings. At the June 8 summit you will hear how Chris obtained more than 12,000 pages of damning evidence on the Hamas front group's supremacist goals and seditious enterprise, which seeks to undermine the Government of the United States and replace our Constitution with Islamic Law. Chris' amazing story is featured in Muslim Mafia, a book that was co-authored by investigative journalist Paul Sperry and Chris' Father, Dave Gaubatz.

Sheriff Scott JenkinsSheriff Scott Jenkins is a career law enforcement professional who has proudly served as Sheriff of Culpeper County, Virginia since 2012. Summit participants will hear Sheriff Jenkins' riveting first-hand account of his own confrontation with senior leaders of the US Muslim Brotherhood, who sought to prevent the Culpeper Sheriffs Department from offering critical training in how to recognize and investigate jihadi networks, both to its own employees, professionals from other state and federal law enforcement agencies. Sheriff Jenkins is staunch defender and worthy apologist for the Second Amendment, secure communities, constitutional government, and law enforcement. His reputation for a no-nonsense, yet compassionate approach to law enforcement is well-known. He has held several leadership positions during his law enforcement career including, Chief Deputy of the Rappahannock County Sheriff's Office, as a Sergeant and Lieutenant supervising Criminal Investigations, and a Patrol Sergeant supervising patrols. He formed Culpeper County's first SWAT Team, and conducted the first "active shooter" training program for the Sheriff's Office and Police Department, and is a firearms instructor. Sheriff Jenkins is a proud recipient of the Veterans of Foreign Wars' "Deputy of the Year” award, and was honored to be selected for the Victim's Advocacy Award by the Culpeper Crime Victim's Assistance Program. Protecting his community always has been, and remains, Sheriff Jenkins' highest objective.

Randy Wilson serves as the Family Research Council's National Field Director for Church Ministries. He travels the country building relationships with Christian ministers, speaking at regional and local gathering of pastors, and challenging them to be "Watchmen on the Wall." (Isaiah 62:6) Prior to joining FRC, Mr. Wilson worked in the public policy department of Focus on the Family, where he developed and launched state Family Policy Councils across the country. He also served the local church as a Family Life pastor.

Pastor Dan DuisDan Duis is the founding pastor of Shepherd Gate Church. His calling to the ministry followed a traumatic accident on his Father's Kansas farm. From his youth he dreamed of the day when he would pastor a church and have a horse farm. After college, Dan was participating in an Arlington, Virginia youth ministry where he prayed a "salvation prayer" and turned his life over to the Lord. The following night he prayed to receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit. These experiences kindled a fire for the Lord in Dan, that brought revival to a community of young people. In his third year of youth ministry, Christian Assembly called Dan to serve as the church's youth pastor, which he accepted in August, 1974. Dan married Scotti Stringfellow on December 28, 1974. Dan served in several roles at Christian Assembly including Associate Pastor and founder of The Christian Assembly Academy. In January 1986, Dan was asked by the elders to plant a new church in Western Fairfax County. After praying and laying a foundation of prayer, Dan and Scotti along with several members of Christian Assembly, ventured out to form what would be known as Shepherd Gate Church. Dan and Scotti have served this body for the past 28 years. They have a daughter, Corrie, and three sons, Matthew, Samuel, and Tyler, as well as several grandchildren! Dan has a heart for the local church and knows he has the calling of pastor on his life.

Rev. Bill CookBill Cook is Founder and CEO of the Black Robe Regiment of Virginia, a fellowship of patriotic clergy and Christian “Minutemen” in Virginia, actively committed to restoring the Foundations of Liberty in America, and the Pulpit’s legacy as Wellspring of the political ideology that ignited a Revolution to “secure the Blessings of Liberty” and preached the political ideology immortalized in the Founding Charters. Rev. Cook has held a variety of pastoral positions spanning two decades. He served as Assistant Campus Minister and Director of Student Life at Regent University in Virginia Beach for seven years and subsequently as an associate pastor at three different churches over a ten-year period. While his five children were growing up, he obtained work as a Systems Engineer supporting several different federal agencies, including the Intelligence Community, Department of Homeland Security, and the Transportation Security Administration. While at DHS, he supported the Director and Science Adviser at the Science and Technology Directorate’s Explosives Division, and the Transportation Security Administration, pursuant to characterizing terrorists' explosives of choice, and evaluating a variety of airport screening systems at the TSA Systems Integration Facility (TSIF). During the summer of 2012, he sensed God calling him to return to full-time ministry focused on recruiting and mobilizing fellow clergy and their churches in the battle to secure the “Blessings of Liberty” to this and future generations of Americans. He founded the Black Robe Regiment of Virginia in July 2012 as part a growing national movement of clergy at the vanguard of efforts to restore America’s decidedly Christian heritage, and the Church's vital leadership and influence at every level of government.


Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

No, but there will be no childcare.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?, (703) 220-2844

What's the refund policy?

Full refund if cancellation is received at least 24 hours prior to the start of the event.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?

Yes. Contact organizer at least 24 hours in advance.

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If tickets are being purchased for a group, please indicate name(s) of group members who will attend at time tickets are purchased. If tickets have already been purchased, contact organizer.