Trinity Security Allies will host the 5th Annual Church Safety and Liability Conference on Saturday October 16, 2021 from 8 am - 4 pm at Generations Christian Church. Doors open at 7:30 am.
SEATING IS LIMITED FOR NON-MEMBERS (We must fill our member seats first)
June 9 - July 10 at 11:59 pm - ticket prices are: $45
July 11- July 31 at 11:59 pm - ticket prices are: $55
August 1-August 31 at 11:59 pm - ticket prices are: $65
September 1 - October 15 at 11:59 pm - ticket prices are: $75
Day of Event - ticket prices are: $80
Non-members will be invoiced the appropriate amount to be paid online or you may mail a check to: Trinity Security Allies 1753 Loch Haven Court Trinity, FL 34655 for the appropriate amount based on the ticket prices above. (If you pay invoices by credit card, you will be charged a $2 per ticket processing fee.)
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Prior to answering the call to pastor in June of 2002, U.S. Navy veteran Pastor Frank Pomeroy’s professional career in design, implementation and management in the motor controls industry, culminated in attaining the role of South Texas Regional Director of a fortune 500 company. He has a degree in biological anthropology, which he uses to present God’s word through a theological worldview in academic circles that would not debate on a theological level.
He is the longtime senior pastor at First Baptist Church Sutherland Springs, ministering to the church and community through, and after, the tragedy of November 5, 2017, that claimed the lives of 26, including his 14-year-old daughter and many leaders of the church. The church has seen a continued growth as God's Spirit moves throughout the congregation.
Pastor Frank and his wife of 34 years, Sherri, have raised four biological children, two adopted children and several more that came through their home in need of love and a place to stay. The Pomeroy’s have six grandchildren who are the light of their lives.
When not at the church, Pastor Frank enjoys spending time with his family, serving his community, going camping, doing anything outdoors, and riding his motorcycle.
I have been back at Protect My Ministry since April of 2014, having worked here previously in 2008-2009, first in employment screening sales and this time for our faith-based clients. I previously enjoyed a 10-year career in Catering. I made the move to Sales for more family-friendly hours when my children were young. In the sunflower maze photo are my youngest daughter Nikki and her boyfriend on the left, me in the middle and my son Alex on the right.
Favorite Movie – Galaxy Quest. I am not embarrassed to admit that I can recite most of the movie’s dialogue.
Hobbies – When I’m not cooking, gardening or enjoying my kids, granddaughter or my dogs, I spend most of my time on children’s ministry. I serve as lead elementary teacher at New Journey Fellowship in Pinellas Park on Sundays and T&T Director on Wednesdays. Now that my children have all left the nest, my longer-term passion is to continue learning Spanish and one day leave it all behind and serve in an orphanage in South or Central America.
In the meantime, my guilty pleasure is pretending to be an artist, either at home or at the studio every chance I get. I enjoy fusing glass, painting my own dishes and other fun things. Pictured are a 12x14inch fused-glass tabletop display and an apron set for me and my lovely granddaughter Hannah, daughter of my first-born Alyssa and her husband Joe.
Ricky Rooks serves as the Southeast District Manager for USCCA. Ricky will speak about the gray area that exists between your ministry and the protection of your church congregation.
As the Southeast District Manager, Ricky leads a team of Outside Sales Reps across the southeastern US that present the benefits of becoming a member of USCCA in CCW and self-defense classes. As Outside Sales Reps, we partner with firearms instructors and gun ranges to provide responsible gun owners with education, training, and legal protection in the aftermath of a self-defense incident.
The United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) provides self-defense education, training, and legal protection to responsible American gun owners. Headquartered in West Bend, WI, the USCCA is the largest and fastest-growing association whose sole focus is the responsibly armed American.
Corporal Alan Wilkett recently retired from the Pasco Sheriff’s Office where he served for almost 15 years with a total law enforcement experience of over 27 years. Patrol, court security, investigations, crime prevention, and community relations are among the assignments fulfilled in the years of service. In 2007 he was awarded the Law Enforcement Deputy of the Year. Corporal Wilkett holds a Florida Practioner Designation in both crime prevention and CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design). Corporal Wilkett has devoted the past several years in the fight against human trafficking. He has trained and instructed law enforcement, federal agencies, state and local agencies, NGO’s, along with multiple groups, churches, and organizations. The Pasco Human Trafficking Task Force, the Human Trafficking Commission, and Light Up the Night are founding initiatives. Corporal Wilkett was awarded he 2017 Florida Human Trafficking Law Enforcement Official of the Year from Attorney General Pam Bondi and recently received the Law Enforcement Lifetime Achievement Award from the Florida Crime Prevention Association. Alan has hundreds of hours of advanced law enforcement training in areas such as Human Trafficking investigations and awareness, advanced interview and interrogation, homicide investigations, terrorism, active threat, as well as many others. He holds certificates in Human Trafficking Investigation, Cryptocurrencies, Dark Web Investigations, Social Media Investigations, Basic Cyber Investigations and others. Alan is engaged as a SME (Subject Matter Expert) in Human Trafficking and has presented at The Florida Senate, numerous conferences, civic organizations, Task Forces, panel discussions and others. He has appeared on multiple television, print, digital, and radio mediums as well as The Weekend Report with Jon Scott on the Fox News Network. Alan was privileged to appear in the recent documentary “Blind Eyes Opened.
Dr. Mark T. Jones Sr. is the senior leader and founder of Manifestations Worldwide Inc.
Dr. Jones was born again in 1992, called and licensed to the gospel ministry in 1994, ordained as a church Elder in 1997, and consecrated as an Apostle in 2004. Dr. Jones was directed of the Lord to establish a church, and the first service was held on July 15, 2001. Dr. Jones has been in upper-level management for over 32 years, and teaches leaders how to live debt-free, and to operate debt-free corporations.
Armed with an anointing to destroy the spirit of religion, to break the vice of traditionalism, and determined to make a difference in the lives of people, Dr. Jones launched “The Center for Manifestation” and the local outreach of the church, Manifestation City. Manifestation City is currently comprised 12 buildings serving educational, housing, spiritual, and social service needs in the community.
Dr. Jones is also known for his dynamic yet practical teaching style, and his vibrant illustrated sermons are sometimes intense, often humorous, but always relevant. He communicates the message of Christ with sincerity and simplicity. Dr. Jones’ line by line, verse by verse approach to the word of God stimulates the intellect of people on all levels of life and is masterfully captured in nearly two hundred teaching series.
Dr. Jones and his thriving congregation continues to make a mark locally, nationally, and internationally with over 70 in-reach, and outreach ministries that seek to engage the holistic needs of people. In addition to his primary responsibility as Senior leader of the Center for Manifestation, Dr. Jones actively oversees and develops over one hundred churches, ministries, and business leaders through the Fellowship of Bible-Centered Ministries.
Dr. Jones is accompanied in ministry by his wife of 30 years, Lisa Jones. He has 2 children, Mark Jr. and Marlesia. Mark and Lisa believe in keeping families strong and devote themselves to training married couples in the church through marriage enrichment seminars, conferences, and classes. All of Dr. Jones’ focuses and hobbies outside of the church revolve round keeping his family strong. Dr. Jones is also the President of Manifest Theological Institute, owner of 3 daycares centers, a teen transition center, and operator of 6 transition homes for those in need.
Quantitative Electroencephalogram - QEEG testingCameron Allen is an experimental Neuropsych with Florida Surgery Consultants located in Tampa, Florida. He works in closely with Dr. Surbhi Jain who is a Neurosurgeon for Florida Surgery Consultants. Cameron specializes in QEEG testing for Traumatic Brain Injuries.
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