U.S. Police Departments to Begin Reconsidering Longstanding Rules on Using Force

Lt. Sekou Millington of the Oakland Police Department trained with a video simulation. He used his Taser to respond to a scenario where a woman stepped away from a man who was holding a large knife. Credit Jim Wilson/The New York Times

Lt. Sekou Millington of the Oakland Police Department trained with a video simulation. He used his Taser to respond to a scenario where a woman stepped away from a man who was holding a large knife. Credit Jim Wilson/The New York Times

During a training course on defending against knife attacks, a young Salt Lake City police officer asked a question: “How close can somebody get to me before I’m justified in using deadly force?” Continue reading

LISTEN: The Minister’s Self-Watch, Pt 5; Qualifications of the Minister, Pt 5; Definition of Expository Preaching, Pt 2 (PROCLAIM! #5 with Daniel Whyte III)


Daniel Whyte III

Daniel Whyte III

Welcome to episode #5 of PROCLAIM! — the podcast that teaches every Bible-believing Christian how to preach the Gospel by any means necessary in many different settings, including using the internet and the new “podcast pulpit”. If you are a Christian, you should be preaching the Gospel and the Word of God in some way, shape, form, or fashion because Jesus Christ said, “Go ye into all the world and preach the Gospel.” In the New Testament, the word “preach” simply means “to herald or proclaim” the good news of the Lord Jesus Christ and salvation through him. The purpose of this podcast is to show you how you can get started or help you do it better for God’s glory and for the salvation of lost souls. Continue reading

New York Police Officer, Brian Moore, Dies of Gunshot Wound to Head

Hundreds of police officers paid their respects to Officer Brian Moore outside Jamaica Hospital Medical Center on Monday as the officer's body was carried away by ambulance. Uli Seit for The New York Times

Hundreds of police officers paid their respects to Officer Brian Moore outside Jamaica Hospital Medical Center on Monday as the officer’s body was carried away by ambulance. Uli Seit for The New York Times

Officer Brian Moore followed his father into the New York Police Department, rose to the ranks of an elite plainclothes unit tasked with confronting the city’s most dangerous street crime and died on Monday, two days after a gunman opened fire on him in Queens. Continue reading