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

  • 1 Corinthians 15:55-57
    ““Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting?” The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law. But thanks be to God! He gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.”

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

  • Back to Basics

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    Briefing: Have you ever taken a refresher class? I have learned over the years to go back and review the basics every so often. Dispatch (Assignment): Read Psalm 29. On the Street: “Come back to earth”, “reset the clock”, “I need a mulligan”, “let’s get back to basics”, “default settings” and “remember where you came from”. Have you heard someone use any of these sayings? We have times in our l…
  • Authority

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    Briefing: Have you ever had an issue with someone in authority over you? Did you rebel against that authority? I’m pretty sure we all have had this experience. Dispatch (Assignment): Who has authority over you? Read Matthew 8:1-4. On the Street: As law enforcement officers, we are given a certain amount of authority. Our authority might come from our governing bodies but Romans 7 tells us that …
  • Intentions

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    Briefing: Intentions is a good law enforcement term. It is an integral part of the elements of an offense (knowingly, recklessly, or intentionally). Dispatch (Assignment): How often do you stop to check your intentions? What are some things in your life you are intentional about? On the Street: Intentions are not always recognizable. It’s not like a smoking gun or physical evidence. Intention i…
  • Worth Saving

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    Briefing: Do you have someone in your town or jurisdiction that you would call a reprobate? This could be the town drunk, they guy who beats his wife every weekend or the kid who sells drugs. Are they beyond saving? Dispatch (Assignment): Read Matthew 27:32-44 and Luke 23:32-43. On the Street: Jesus was crucified between two thieves. This was a fulfillment of Isaiah 53:12. It is shocking to see…
  • My Badge

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    Briefing: Dispatchers are a lifeline for a law enforcement officer. We depend on them to keep tabs on us, know our location and even recognize the change in the tone of our voice on the radio. We depend on them for the majority of our communications while on the job. Can you imagine calling out on the radio and needing help only to find your dispatcher is on a break and no one is working the ra…
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