CHANGING THE FACE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
IN NORTH FLORIDA

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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

  • Isaiah 40:31
    “but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.”

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

  • Taking Sides

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    Briefing: We are living in a time when there is truly a line in the sand. People either like and respect law enforcement or they hate us all together. Dispatch (Assignment): Read Romans 12:14-21. On the Street: I have said it before and hopefully you have heard it often; law enforcement is a noble profession. This job is a calling full of people who desire to help others. No matter how callous…
  • Jesus, Where Were You?

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    Briefing: Has there been a time in your life where you felt like you were all alone? This sounds goofy but you are not alone. Most, if not all people feel alone at some time in their life. Dispatch (Assignment): Read John 11:17-37. On the Street: Most agencies do not ride partners in patrol vehicles nowadays. When you are a one person unit it is easy to find yourself alone on calls, waiting for…
  • Reminder

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    Briefing: Have you heard the one about the man who drown waiting for God to rescue him? Dispatch (Assignment): Read Psalm 42. On the Street: A man was in his home listening to the weather man reporting that the flood waters were rising. Evacuation orders had been issued by the Mayor and law enforcement officers were going door to door telling people they needed to get to higher ground. The man …
  • Confusion

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    Briefing: Have you ever projected your expectations on a leader then been disappointed when they did not turn out to be what you wanted? Usually, this is not because of anything they did or did not do but because of our misunderstanding of what we thought they were going to be. Dispatch (Assignment): Review what you know about John the Baptist. Read Matthew 11:1-19. On the Street: John the Bapt…
  • Callousness

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    Briefing: One thing I have learned about peace officers is it does not take long to develop a calloused, cynical attitude. How would you categorize your level of compassion for people? Dispatch (Assignment): Read Romans 12:9-13. On the Street: Law enforcement officers are a close-knit group. They consider anyone who wears a badge and a gun, family. They understand the commitment to the job and …
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