A man at a church in Texas pulled a shotgun with no warning and fired two shots. The blast echoed through the sanctuary. Two men fell to the ground dead as believers covered their ears and headed for the exits.
The active-shooter headed for the front of the sanctuary; a churchgoer drew his pistol, took aim, and fired. The killer fell to the ground as several other men moved towards him with weapons drawn. The entire incident lasted six seconds.
This was the horrific scene on December 29, 2019, at the Church of Christ in Fort Worth, Texas. The church service was being streamed live on YouTube, which captured the entire event.
The active-shooter died from a single shot to the head. The killer had a lengthy criminal history. His ex-wife told NBC 5 in Dallas that he was “battling a demon.”
The churchgoer who stopped the shooter was Jack Wilson, a 71-year-old firearms trainer. Jack was a father of three who had been married for 51 years.
Jack Wilson is a devoted believer in Christ and took the headshot from 15 yards away. He believes God intervened and steadied his hand so he could safely protect his family and life long friends.
in an interview, Jack Wilson said, “I don’t feel I killed a person, I killed evil.”
Concealed Carry Magazine covered this event in the April issue. Did you know there have been 20 fatal church shootings in the last two decades alone? This article got me to wondering.
Are some Active Shooters who target Churches possessed by Demons?
One of the advantages of getting your Concealed Pistol License and becoming proficient is you will have the skills to protect your Church as Jack Wilson did.
Who here carries there gun when they go to Church?
Are you prepared to protect your faith?