Join Now: The Christian Anti-Terror Task Force

Join Now: The Christian Anti-Terror Task Force January 17, 2020

As a member of the Christian Anti-Terrorism Task Force you join an elite team of valiant men and women who have devoted their lives to transforming enemies into friends for more than two thousand years – and counting.

Our founder – Jesus of Nazareth – was the first to show us the unstoppable power of love. One of our early converts was a former terrorist who was, himself, transformed by the irresistible love of Christ and went on to write most of our training manuals before he was put to death for his faith.

For nearly three hundred years after this, members of our task force put this same proactive agape on glorious display in the face of violent opposition.

In these last days, we are more resolved than ever to overcome fear with love and to disarm the powers of darkness, or die trying.

WE BELIEVE: Love, mercy, compassion, forgiveness and humility are more powerful than hate, prejudice, fear, anger, vengeance, and pride.

OUR TACTICS: Preemptive love combined with an unrelenting form of self-sacrificial agape and a fierce determination to see everyone transformed by the indwelling spirit of Christ.

OUR MISSION: Complete elimination of all enemies through an ongoing process of total transformation into the image of Jesus.

OUR VISION: A world where violence is obsolete and the love of Christ is sustained, pervasive and universal.

OUR PLEDGE: Without resorting to violence, we will fight injustice to the death – our own – through the power of Christ’s love.

To join our cause you’ll have to surrender your life completely and dedicate yourself daily to the absolute authority of Jesus of Nazareth, the Prince of Peace.

Next, you’ll have to commit yourself to wholeheartedly love everyone you meet as if they were Jesus in disguise, trusting that He is at work in you through His Holy Spirit to bring the necessary transformation [to your heart and to theirs, at the same time].

Fear not. You are not alone. Our numbers are legion. We cannot be stopped. Our victory is assured.

Love will always overcome hate.

Light will always eradicate the darkness.

Remember: The world will only change as we change.


Keith Giles was formerly a licensed and ordained minister who walked away from organized church 11 years ago, to start a home fellowship that gave away 100% of the offering to the poor in the community. Today, He and his wife have returned to El Paso, TX after 25 years, as part of their next adventure. They hope to start a new house church very soon.
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  • Brandon Roberts

    love this.

  • Spirit Plumber

    Sounds neat, are you writing a story?

  • Nimblewill

    The blood on Jesus’ robe in the book of Revelation is His own!

  • Herm

    … again, I’ve heard the Spirit of this article expressed from too few pulpits for over 50 years. Until Jews, Muslims and Christians accept that all of mankind are sisters and brothers in the family of Man, as did the Son of Man, the Prince of Peace, can there be a potent Christian Anti-Terror Task Force. Accepting to be born in the real eternally living Spirit of God, not denying each our opportunity to become siblings of the Son of God, will only then be seen an Anti-Terror Task Force of God’s direction, each soldier laboring under the weight of their only weapon, their personal cross honed from will of their Father’s perfect love … for all, friend and foe, of temporal Man and eternal God.

    Mankind, all of mankind, has been graced the image of God, not just those with membership in any religious body on earth. The baptism of the Holy Spirit, the Dove, is available to all of Man without any fraternal ritual or ceremony. Disciples of the Prince of Peace all love all of God and all of Man: their Lord, their merciful neighbor, themselves, their sisters, their brothers, and their enemy. Peace!