"And behold, I tell you these things that ye may learn wisdom; that ye may learn that when ye are in the service of your fellow beings ye are only in the service of your God."
Mosiah 2:17

Modern law enforcement is fraught with every manner of spiritual darkness and difficulty. Our society struggles with turmoil over fundamental issues of right and wrong. Flying bullets, suicide vests, terrorist threats and racial riots. Our society is filled with fear. Many are disillusioned with our government systems and peacekeepers. We are all imperfect, sinful people. We need divine intervention.

God is our shield, but He has given us sentinels who safeguard our daily lives. Do you pray for them faithfully? Do you walk up to them on a street corner, in a restaurant, on a playground and say, "Thank you! I am praying for you today?"

They run to our sides when we frantically dial 911, they race to the scene of a bloody car crash, or patrol our neighborhoods so that our children can safely play. Even as our nation is threatened by terrorists, they carefully stand guard.

First Responder Ministry is a faith-based Christian organization committed to serve the spiritual needs of our First Responders. We strive to do this through a variety of approaches as the Holy Spirit leads with opportunity, insight, answers to prayer and spiritual guidance. 

We believe the Lord established this ministry to help and serve First Responds, through charity, which is the pure love of Christ. It is the love that Christ has for the children of men and that the children of men should have for one another. It is the highest, noblest, and strongest kind of love and the most joyous to the soul. 

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First to respond, last to seek help?

Why is it that the first to respond to a crisis are often the last to seek help for their own struggles? We get it. The constant stress. The administrative hassles. Balancing home life with a swing schedule. The anger that sits just at the top of your throat. The numbness and depression that has sunk in now – where life used to be fun, now it just seems like just one long shift. Maybe you would speak up and say something if you didn’t think it would hurt your career. Maybe you’re fed up, frustrated, and discouraged, feeling hopeless and helpless. And maybe you’ve even thought to yourself, “I can’t take it anymore.”

But what if you’ve only been treating part of the problem?