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

  • Matthew 6:33
    “But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.”

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

  • Bribe

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    Briefing: Have you ever had someone try to bribe you? Have you ever had someone show you favoritism? What is the difference? Dispatch (Assignment): What are the elements of the offense for bribery? On the Street: In today’s society, bribery is an illegal act. We equate bribery to being synonymous with corruption and politics. Those kinds of things happen somewhere else, far away from our daily…
  • God’s Country

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    Briefing: There are several reasons I love living in Texas. We love our history and heritage as a state and our own country. We are proud of our Texas law enforcement, our conservative family values, our loyalty and kindness and of course, the fact that we are the buckle of the Bible belt. Dispatch (Assignment): Read Psalm 85. On the Street: Several years ago, I wrote my own personal comment…
  • Caesarea Philippi

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    Briefing: Do you have locations in your jurisdiction that have significant meaning to you? As a young Dallas Officer, my training officer drove me to every location that a Dallas Officer had ever died and told me their names and the circumstances of how they died in the line of duty. Those locations took on new significance for me. Dispatch (Assignment): Read Matthew 16:13-30. On the Street: If…
  • A Good Report

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    Briefing: Do you remember seeing the news reports of the NYPD Officer who saw what looked like a homeless man, sitting on the sidewalk on a cold day with no shoes on? The Officer went to a nearby shoe store and bought the man a pair of shoes. It made national news. Dispatch (Assignment): Read Romans 1:8-15. On the Street: Bad news and gossip travel fast but good news seems to move slower. There…
  • Sheep of the Flock

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    Briefing: The first time I went to the National Law Enforcement Memorial, I remember seeing the great bronze statutes of the lions that “guard and protect” the park, symbolic of peace officers around the country who guard and protect their communities. Dispatch (Assignment): Read Psalm 80. On the Street: High Schools, Colleges, Universities, and professional teams all have mascots. They can …
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