Rick Warren's Son Reportedly Takes Own Life; Global Agenda Of Gun Control And 'Mental Health'

Rick Warren's son lost in 'wave of despair'

Los Angeles (CNN) -- The weekend's sermon at Saddleback Church was "Surviving Tough Times," a theme Pastor Rick Warren planned before his youngest son killed himself with a gun Friday.

Matthew Warren, 27, committed suicide "in a momentary wave of despair" at the end of a lifetime struggle "with mental illness, dark holes of depression and even suicidal thoughts," the pastor wrote to the staff of his Southern California megachurch.

He was found dead from an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound at his home in Mission Viejo, California, late Friday afternoon, Orange County Coroner's Deputy Daniel Aikin said. He put the estimated time of death at around 10 a.m. that day. An autopsy will be conducted early next week, Aikin told CNN on Saturday.

Warren, who founded Saddleback with his wife 33 years ago, gave the invocation at President Barack Obama's 2009 inauguration and penned "The Purpose-Driven Life," a Christian self-help guide that became a mainstream best-seller.

As for the reports of the son of Rick Warren taking his own life, no comment will be made. Rather than that, a very brief observation on the circumstances of the incident, which is to simply note how remarkably the scenario as described fits the current political narrative concerning the global-agenda issues of gun control and mental health. Without question, these two topics are an absolute priority to that global agenda. This is clearly evidenced by the 23 EO's establishing a foundation of draconian regulations regarding gun control and mandatory mental health screening issued by the White House less than three months ago, as a response to the incident at 'Sandy Hook'; see: 23 Executive Orders, 33 Days After Sandy Hook 1-17-13; also New NY Gun-Mental Health Law 1-15-13

Warren moves at the highest levels of globalist circles. This is no secret. It would not be a surprise if this incident becomes part of the equation regarding these global-agenda issues, possibly even becoming a platform for Warren to press the issue.

Interesting also with that thought in mind is the launch of Warren's new radio program just this week, which according to Warren will be broadcast globally. Along with that news came an announcement of the start of a long-planned for large-scale global mobilization of the purpose-driven agenda [2nd link below]. As mentioned in the article posted above, all this comes in the 33rd year of Warren's Saddleback Church work.

Again, just noting these things. Beyond that nothing can be said. Let each come to their own conclusion, if any.

see: The Face of the Pseudo-Christian 'Purpose Driven' World Promotion Plan 8-8-08 "If Warren were content to be merely the most influential religious figure on the American political scene, that would be significant enough. He isn't. Five years ago, he concocted what he calls the PEACE plan, a bid to turn every single Christian church on earth into a provider of local health care, literacy and economic development, leadership training and spiritual growth. The enterprise has collected testimonials from Bono, the First Couple, Hillary Clinton, Obama, McCain and [Billy] Graham" [see post]

also: Rick Warren Launches Purpose-Driven Radio Show On 'April Fools Day' 2013 3-31-13 "This year, the church is establishing 12 Saddleback churches and "base camps," in major cities in regions of the world..."I intend to go on the radio around the world and in those cities to be 'the air force,'" Warren explained"...[Purpose-Driven] is about planetary-management, literally, meaning that it is actually designed to facilitate the implementation of the communitarian scheme known as Agenda 21...The purpose-driven merge of the political world and the religious world in the framework of global government is literally a picture of the woman of Revelation 17 riding the beast"

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Rev. 18:4
4-12-13 update: Rick Warren Reports Son Used "Unregistered Gun" - And Gun Control, 'Mental Health', Purpose Driven

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