National Police Week. HONORING THE STORY of American Law Enforcement

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial is centered in the 400 block of E Street, NW, Washington, DC and is the nation’s monument to law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty. Dedicated on October 15, 1991, the Memorial honors federal, tribal, state, and local law enforcement officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice for the safety and protection of our nation and its people. 

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FGGAM Photo. We thank Charles Stanley’s ministry for helping us with ministry tools as we carry out The Great Commission. This photo is from our trip into Arizona sharing JESUS! JESUS! Pastor Dewey was wearing his ‘Ask me about Jesus’ shirt, and this lovely asked him if he knew JESUS! What a conversation starter! JESUS!

Oh Almighty God, Whose Great Power and Eternal Wisdom Embraces the Universe, Watch Over All Policemen and Law Enforcement Officers. Protect Them from Harm in the Performance of Their Duty to Stop Crime, Robberies, Riots, and Violence. In Jesus mighty name we pray, Amen!

What sacrifices are you making to help people? For many in America it is way beyond time to get off  the couch and share the love of JESUS with all people! Sharon and I love to hit the streets and byways and show all the love of JESUS! We have so much fun in the grocery store, doctors office, whoever we go! We all need to plant seeds for JESUS in this evil world. We need show everyone the way to JESUS! TRUE PEACE!

I have always respected the sacrifices law enforcement makes for us all. I thank them every time I see them. America is more evil than ever. The men and women who protest us put their lives on the line every time they put that uniform on. There is no routine calls anymore. I pray for more sources for our officers. I pray that one day there can be two officers per unit! Our officers face an evil America. Albuquerque Gets More Dangerous By The Day! Shots Fired Into a Car on Paseo del Norte

The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial is centered in the 400 block of E Street, NW, Washington, DC and is the nation’s monument to law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty. Dedicated on October 15, 1991, the Memorial honors federal, tribal, state, and local law enforcement officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice for the safety and protection of our nation and its people. More Here

In honor of National Police Week, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Oregon recognizes the service and sacrifice of federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement. This year’s commemoration is observed Saturday, May 11 through Friday, May 17, 2024.

“As our country recognizes National Police Week, the Justice Department joins families and communities in remembering the members of the law enforcement community who made the ultimate sacrifice protecting the public,” said Attorney General Merrick Garland.  “Policing is difficult and dangerous, yet time and time again, law enforcement officers answer the call, showing up for their communities when they are needed the most.  Their devotion to duty is matched only by that of their loved ones who make daily sacrifices to support them.  The Justice Department is committed to doing everything in our power to help provide our law enforcement partners with the resources they need to carry out their noble work on behalf of the public.” More Here

During National Police Week we take time to honor the men and women in law enforcement who put their lives on the line every day to keep our communities safe. The weeklong recognition coincides with National Peace Officers Memorial Day — May 15 — which President John F. Kennedy signed into law in 1962. Each year during this week, tens of thousands of law enforcement officers travel to Washington, DC, to remember those who lost their lives in the line of duty.

More than 24,000 U.S. law enforcement officers have died in the line of duty since the first law enforcement death in 1786. Tragically, something that may sound as simple as a traffic stop, investigating a vehicle crash, or assisting a roadside motorist can result in a deadly scenario. More Here

March 28th, 2024:

New Mexico Honors the life of State Police Officer Justin Hare

We will continue to pray for Justin Hare’s family and friends and all of our Law Enforcement heroes. There is no safe call for them anymore, not even a traffic stop, not even a call for help. They never know what they are going to come up against. We must pray and encourage others to pray for them and their families and share how dangerous their work has become. Share Jesus with all!

I wish I had met officer Hare! Such a wonderful, loving and caring man took by evil. More Here

Pastor Richard Mansfield leads us in prayer

Heavenly Father, we cry out as a grieving community for all of the law enforcement officer’s families, loved ones and co-workers that have experienced the loss of one of our finest. Comfort all of us in our grief. Pour out Your peace and presence as we go through this difficult time. Let their sacrifice not have been in vain. Let change take place throughout our communities because of their ultimate sacrifice. I pray that their families and loved ones find complete healing in You. I pray in Jesus name, Amen!

PLEASE READ! Pastor Wes Church: We must sharpen our focus. The body of Christ is warring with itself over hot-button matters rather than sharing Jesus with the lost.

Our world is broken. All around us, we see heartache, despair, and pain.

The needs of our world can be overwhelming and often it can be a struggle to knowing what we should do.

The one thing we can do is pray. Prayer is powerful. Chris Rappazini writes in the Today in the Word devotional, “Even though it may take years to see an answer, you can be assured that your prayers are being heard.” God hears your prayers; and it is important that you pray. But where do you start? Here are a few prayers to help you begin.  Prayers For a Broken World

Just 4% of Americans have a Biblical Worldview. Just 37% of Pastors in America have a Biblical Worldview! Do you not see the destruction of our country? The downfall of the Christian Church? Does your Pastor ever teach on the Ten Commandments? Basic Christianity? Does your Church carry out The Great Commission? How many baptisims has your Church officiated in the last 2 years? Is your Church ‘raising up’ mature Christians?

“People die every day without Christ, and we’ve got the answer. … Don’t just talk about evangelism. Do it.”
–Dr. Stephen McQuoid

America needs JESUS! Are you carrying out the Great Commission daily in your community? Or do you work for the sit-more-do-little church? 3 Things You Can Do Today to Carry Out the Great Commission

Don’t just “play church.” Take action.

“So I tell you this, and insist on it in the Lord, that you must no longer live as the Gentiles do, in the futility of their thinking. They are darkened in their understanding and separated from the life of God because of the ignorance that is in them due to the hardening of their hearts” Eph 4: 17, 18.

The Scriptures call the mind of the natural man “blinded” 2 Cor. 4:4, “depraved” Romans 1:28, “corrupt” 1 Tim. 6:5, and “unspiritual” Col. 2:18. The natural mind thinks from a humanistic, sin-debased viewpoint. The viewpoint of the flesh directs its thoughts. The sinful mind is under the control of Satan and can never please God because it concentrates on things of the world and not things of the Spirit. The natural mind walks the road of hopelessness and self-destruction.

The following is from Focus on the Family:

A Biblical Worldview is based on the infallible Word of God. When you believe the Bible is entirely true, then you allow it to be the foundation of everything you say and do. That means, for instance, you take seriously the mandate in Romans 13 to honor the governing authorities by researching the candidates and issues, making voting a priority.

Do you have a biblical worldview? Answer the following questions, based on claims found in the Bible and which George Barna used in his survey:

  • Do absolute moral truths exist?
  • Is absolute truth defined by the Bible?
  • Did Jesus Christ live a sinless life?
  • Is God the all-powerful and all-knowing Creator of the universe, and does He still rule it today?
  • Is salvation a gift from God that cannot be earned?
  • Is Satan real?
  • Does a Christian have a responsibility to share his or her faith in Christ with other people?
  • Is the Bible accurate in all of its teachings?

Did you answer yes to these? Only 9 percent of “born- again” believers did. But what’s more important than your yes to these questions is whether your life shows it. Granted, we are all sinners and fall short, but most of our gut reactions will reflect what we deep-down, honest-to-goodness believe to be real and true.

 

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