CHANGING THE FACE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
IN NORTH FLORIDA

Support The Skibicki Family

Yesterday one of our original members of the North Florida Fellowship of Christian Peace Officer passed away suddenly and unexpectedly. Chris was a loving kind family man, who I had the privilege of leading to Christ in 2008. Please pray for Chris’s family a go fund me account, see below, has been set up for the family seeing how Chris was the sole financial supporter.

About US

The North Florida Fellowship of Christian Peace Officers (FCPO) is Chapter 218 of the national FCPO ministry. We are comprised of members (current and retired) who represent all aspects of the criminal justice community, including local, state and federal agencies, their spouses and other family members within the greater Jacksonville metropolitan area.

Daily Scripture

  • Joshua 1:9
    “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go.””

Bible Study Groups

University of North Florida Police Dept.

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Bill Strudel
904-200-2464

Fernandina Beach Police Dept.

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Mark Foxworth
904-753-4250.

Nassau County Sheriff’s Office

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Mike Goodbread
904-583-6778

Duval County Sheriff’s Office

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Robbie Hinson
904-697-7446

St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office

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Kelly Kemp
904-669-5180

Daily Devotionals

  • Judging

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    Briefing: Can you think of a job that requires someone to judge people more than being a LEO? My first thought was yes, a judge, but in the majority of cases that I have been involved with it is not a judge who actually decides the outcome of a case but the jury. Dispatch (Assignment): Webster’s dictionary defines judge as, “to form an opinion about through careful weighing of evidence.” Read M…
  • Testimony

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    Briefing: A big part of a police officer’s job is responding to calls for service. When an officer arrives he interviews the people involved. The responses they give are called testimony. Dispatch (Assignment): Read John 5:31-47. On the Street: Webster’s dictionary defines testimony as, “firsthand authentication of a fact; EVIDENCE.” Our ability to do our job relies on people giving us informat…
  • Self-Check

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    Briefing: The more equipment law enforcement agencies add and issue to their officers the more often audits are conducted. How often does your department conduct internal audits? Dispatch (Assignment): Read Psalm 15. On the Street: The theme of Psalm 15 is who shall dwell on YOUR holy hill? David runs through a list of characteristics and behaviors that the true believer will demonstrate in the…
  • Stress

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    Briefing: Police have the highest suicide rate in the nation. They have the second highest divorce rate and are twice as likely as a non-LEO to become an alcoholic. Dispatch (Assignment): Sit down with your co-workers and put together a list of how each of you deal with stress then share your list with each other. Read Matthew 6:25-34. On the Street: Hans Selye is the foremost researcher on str…
  • On the Job 24/7

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    Briefing: When you took your oath of office, did you swear to be vigilant both on and off duty? Do you consider yourself a law enforcement officer even when you are off the clock? Dispatch (Assignment): Read John 5:16-30. On the Street: In this passage of scripture we see that the Jews were so angry with Jesus that they wanted to kill Him. They were angry because He healed someone on the Sabbat…
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