CHANGING THE FACE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
IN NORTH FLORIDA

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 Chronicles 16:8
    “Give praise to the LORD, proclaim his name; make known among the nations what he has done.”

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

  • They Thought They Were Finished with Him

    | Wesley Lewis | Leave a Comment
    Briefing: Police officers go on calls, like a family violence assault. These calls usually conclude with an arrest which brings an end to the situation. Dispatch (Assignment): Read John 19:17-27. On the Street: They were making final preparations for Jesus’ departure from this earth. The soldiers took Him and crucified Him, Pilate made a sign (taking a political shot at the Pharisees) to hang o…
  • Marriage

    | Wesley Lewis | Leave a Comment
    Briefing: Divorce rates among law enforcement personnel are higher than any other profession. Dispatch (Assignment): I challenge you to take a survey of 20-30 law enforcement personnel in your area and see what percentage of them have been divorced. In my department, it varies between 75% and 80%. On the Street: Why are divorce rates among law enforcement so high? I don’t think it can be narrow…
  • Response of the Peace Officer

    | Wesley Lewis | Leave a Comment
    Briefing: “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me” Author Unknown. Please don’t teach this lie to your children. Dispatch (Assignment): Read Psalm 123. On the Street: Our trials and tribulation will not always be violent. As a matter of fact, in this country, you may never be forced to choose between arrest and faith because of what you believe. The greatest persec…
  • The Crowd

    | Wesley Lewis | Leave a Comment
    Briefing: Crowd control means different things to different agencies. In smaller agencies, it could be local parades, school sporting events, or local political meetings. In larger agencies, it could be professional or collegiate sporting events, concerts, or any number of entertainment venues. Dispatch (Assignment): Read Matthew 21:1-11. Think about who makes up this crowd. On the Street: The…
  • Super Power

    | Wesley Lewis | Leave a Comment
    Briefing: When I was a child, I loved to play cops and robbers. I was always the cop. I had other friends who would play the part of a superhero but I would always choose to be a policeman. To me, being a police officer was a step above being a superhero. Dispatch (Assignment): Read Romans 8:31-39. On the Street: In our devotional on the previous verses, we saw that God works all things for the…
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