They are not from a third world county. There are no pictures of starving babies to show you. They are not “down and out” or “reached the bottom.” There will never be statistics with large numbers being saved to present to the congregation. They are not names one can drop as “members of our church.” They will not provide the excitement of planting a new church. They have to work every other weekend. There is so little to “report” at the next pastor’s meeting or before the congregation. Because this is not a tug the “heart string” ministry,  most churches will give very little money to reach the souls of these men and woman.

However, these forgotten heroes are the reason we are not overrun with killing, chaos and anarchy.  They bravely don the uniform in order to maintain our way of life in safety.  They are the targets of evil and the heroes of the innocent, but neglected and ignored in most church budgets. I have asked again and again members of different churches, do you give missionary support to a chaplain from your church?  Most affirm there is no outreach of any kind to law enforcement through any means in their church.

 If you have ever called an officer for any reason, did you find out if the officer was saved or lost? Does anyone from your church reach out to them? Probably not. Who than is addressing their spiritual needs and their eternal destiny?  God may be calling you into this ministry, if so, you need to be prepared to do your best by taking an affordable chaplain’s course. Unless you understand the culture of what you are dealing with you will soon be discouraged and quit.  MOGM trains chaplains to be effective for Christ and avoid many pitfalls awaiting the uninformed. We do that at a loss for only $100, to get people into the field with the truth of Jesus Christ.

The only supporting church for Ministers of God Missions is Cornerstone Baptist Church, our home church. For this reason, to continue in the law enforcement chaplain ministry and training, we must turn to the private donations of friends, family  and anyone who has a burden for these heroes that keep us safe. Would you consider supporting us with a small donation on a monthly basis? Corrections and law enforcement volunteer chaplains are where God has place Shirley and me as missionaries. As with any missionary your prayers and support are essential for us to stay on the field.

Do you have any friends or family in law enforcement? Are there any that you know who are incarcerated? Would you want them to know how to go to heaven through the provision made by Jesus Christ?

 “How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? and how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher?” Romans 10:14.

“And let the peace of God rule in your hearts, to the which also ye are called in one body; and be ye thankful,” Col. 3:15


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