ALR021 – Sheepdogs and Sheep

This week on Armed Lutheran Radio, hard earned lessons from the range, plus Sgt. Bill's tips on methods of concealed carry, Aaron Israel's tips on preparing for medical emergencies, and Pastor Bryan Wolfmueller joins us to talk about how the Ten Commandments calls us to action in service to our neighbors.


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Special Guest: Pr Bryan Wolfmueller
Pastor Bryan Wolfmueller of Hope Lutheran Church in Aurora, Colorado joins us to discuss the “bystander effect” and the Ten Commandments' call to action in service to our neighbors. We discuss how in our modern society, as we live closer and closer together, we turn more inward and become immune to the needs of our fellow citizens. But as Christians we should work against this trend and look for ways to help our neighbor, even when that help oputs us in the uncomfortable position of acting outside our vocation.

Ballistic Minute with Sergeant Bill
This week Sergeant Bill discusses the various methods of concealed carry, from outside the waistband, to inside the waistband, off-body, and a variety of others. He offers his insights into what you need to consider when choosing a method that's right for you, what he's seen, what he thinks of each one, what works and what, in his experience, doesn't.

Aaron Israel of Fundamental Defense
This week Aaron Israel is back to talk about carrying a medical kit and getting medical training. You're more likely to need to render aid to the victim of a traumatic injury, like a car accident, than you are to shoot someone. If you carry a gun but don't have the training and equipment to deal with a traumatic bleeding injury, you're wrong. Aaron offers his suggestions for what to include in your trauma kit, what works and why.

Prayer of the Week
O Lord, who never fails to help and govern those whom You bring up in Your steadfast fear and love, make us to have a perpetual fear and love of Your holy name; through Jesus Christ, Your Son, our Lord. Amen.

Our Closing Theme A rockin' rendition of A Mighty Fortress is Our God, performed just for Armed Lutheran Radio by Kenny Gates.