Pastor Hyung Jin Sean Moon was born in Tarrytown, New York, as the youngest son of Rev. Sun Myung Moon. His famous father, the founder of the Holy Spirit Association for Unification of World Christianity (AKA the Unification Church), was renowned for his stand against communism. Born in North Korea in 1920, Rev. Moon suffered under both Japanese and Communist oppression and was imprisoned and tortured seven times. During the Korean War, on the day prior to his execution in a North Korean death camp, he was liberated by U.S. Forces. Communism’s evils galvanized his resolve to establish CAUSA, a summary of Marxism’s deep-seated flaws, and create the first “alternative news” outlet, The Washington Times newspaper.
Pastor HJ Sean Moon earned his Bachelor of Liberal Arts and Master of Theology degrees from Harvard. Moon studied Buddhism, but became convinced that the Christian Gospel was the only path to salvation. In 2009, his father officially crowned his son as his heir and successor in three separate ceremonies in Korea and in New York City. Following his father's death in August 2012, Hyung Jin Moon expressed disapproval to his mother, Hak Ja Han, for corrupting the theological foundations of the church’s Christian teachings and for elevating her own status. She usurped her son’s inherited positions and ousted him from the Family Federation for World Peace. To reestablish the lost foundation of his Father, Moon moved to PA with his brother, Justin Moon (owner of Kahr Arms) in April 2013.
Currently, Moon continues as his father's successor through the World Peace and Unification Sanctuary ministry. In 2015, he published "Constitution of the United States of Cheon Il Guk," which lays out the political structure for the future Kingdom of God on Earth. Sanctuary Church and the Rod of Iron Ministry gained national attention in February 2018 when Moon and his wife presided over a marriage vows renewal ceremony where participants wearing crowns carried their AR-15 rifles, representing the biblical “rod of iron” as cited in Psalms, the Book of Revelation, and other biblical passages. Moon hosts “The King's Report,” a two-hour YouTube weekday broadcast, stressing spiritual guidance and offering commentary from a biblical perspective. He holds a black belt in the Gracie line of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and trains students in the warrior arts—Jiu Jitsu, kali scrima knife practice, firearms drills, bush crafting and survivalist training—to fortify America’s “sheepdog culture.”
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Craig Sawyer, AKA "Sawman," grew up near Houston, TX and got his tactical start in the U.S. Marine Corps. He quickly transitioned to the U.S. Navy to pursue high-level Special Operations as a U.S. Navy SEAL. As an Operator at SEAL Team One, Craig gained critical combat experience in Desert Shield and Desert Storm resulting in decoration for "Heroic Service."
After returning from Desert Storm, Craig served as a SEAL Sniper Instructor until being promoted to DEVGRU. While serving at SEAL Team One, Craig fought in various Martial Arts tournaments in South-East Asia, as well as SCARS (Special Combat Aggressive Reaction System) hand-to-hand training under Jerry Peterson and Lew Hicks. These experiences built upon his Martial Arts history of fighting various tournaments, such as the Karate Olympics tournaments in Houston, TX and one year of formal boxing under Henry & Jim Harris.
After serving in the Navy, Craig signed on as one of the "Original 33" Federal Air Marshals, who were in place prior to the 9/11 attacks against the U.S. Craig remained there for 5 years reaching the management rank of J-Payband ATSAC (GS-14). At that point, Craig began contracting in the various combat zones, running tactical teams and protecting high-level U.S. Dignitaries.
In 2004-2005, Craig was selected to serve as Agent In Charge (AIC) of High-Threat Mobile Security operations in war zones for the U.S. Department of State, responsible for the mobile teams covering all stationed and visiting U.S. Chief of Mission personnel in the region.
Craig still remains operationally active in multiple roles. In addition, he often instructs various advanced training courses under his Tactical Insider banner.
In the entertainment industry, Craig has made a name for himself in the following:
- Most frequent "Expert" on all 5 seasons of History Channel's TOP SHOT
- Virtually every major television news station and morning talk show, including THE TODAY SHOW, FOX & FRIENDS, MORNING JOE, CBS EVENING NEWS, FOX NEWS, THE DYLAN RADIGAN SHOW, etc.
- Team Leader and voice for Animal Planet's BATTLEGROUND: RHINO WARS
- Military Channel's DEADLIEST TECH: SPEC OPS
- History Channel's SNIPER: DEADLIEST MISSIONS
- History Channel's (H2) TOP GUNS
- Craig co-starred in a new movie for 2016, Army Dog, with Casper Van Dien
- There are 2 new feature films going into production with Craig as Tach Advisor, Co-Producer, and/or Actor.
- Craig co-starred with R Lee Ermey on GunnyTime for 3 seasons, until Gunny's passing.
Non-Profit: Craig launched Veterans For Child Rescue in April 2017, which is a task force of senior veterans of the counter-terrorist, intelligence, federal law enforcement, international counter-poaching and film & television communities who are dedicated to expose and help combat abusive child sex trafficking rings in order to create a brighter future for the children. www.vets4childrescue.org
Alan Gottlieb is the Founder of the Second Amendment Foundation, Chairman of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, serves on the Board of Directors of the American Conservative Union, is President of the Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise, and President of the American Political Action Committee.
The Second Amendment Foundation is known for its high-level wins at the Supreme Court including Heller v DC and McDonald v Chicago, landmark cases that, among others past and still pending, are incrementally re-establishing the Right to Keep And Bear Arms at the Supreme Court level. By pursuing our rights in the highest court in the land, decisions from that bench will serve to invalidate any anti-gun legislation at a Federal or State level.
In addition to his work defending our Second Amendment rights, he is also the author of over twenty pro-gun books and is regularly seen and interviewed by radio and television news anchors and talk shows.
Matt Guedes is the Executive Director of Camp Freedom (a non-profit organization that helps disabled Veterans and First Responders through outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, and shooting sports), Founder/Owner of Journey Hunts (a worldwide hunting company offering hunts around the globe), Author of Hunting for Purpose, a Pastor of 24+ years, Owner of XULON Apparel, and a former US Army Officer. Matt has more than twenty years of experience in the outdoor industry and the ministry. His extensive background in the outdoor world along with pastoring churches has given him a unique skill set which he utilizes in speaking on freedom and life as Christian outdoorsmen.
For the past 22 months Matt has built the foundation for Camp Freedom. Bill Bachenberg, Camp Freedom’s founder, empowered Matt to put wheels onto his vision and the results have been astounding. Camp Freedom is literally seeing the
lives of Veterans and First Responders saved.
For nearly 10 years, Matt has owned a hunting consultant business. Journey Hunts has paved the way for hunters and their families to encounter the outdoors in a memorable experience. He leads his staff to assist clients to have a hunt of a lifetime and enjoy the journey along the way.
Matt is an outdoor writer, pro-staff hunter, and sponsored hunter who has pursued various game in nine countries on five different continents. He has been a business consultant for several businesses in need of leadership and direction. He also named, created, and hired upwards of 70 personnel in developing a multi-million dollar recycling company which he managed for three years.
Matt graduated from Dickinson College in 1991 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. He also served as an officer in the United States Army for 4 years. He has pastored three churches for a combined 24 years in the ministry. He has been married for 25 years and has been blessed with three children.