Why Join FCPO?

August 4th, 2017

A Personal Testimony

In 1968, I first met Bangor, Maine Police Officer R. Bruce Boyd. As our friendship grew, we kept in contact after I joined the United States Air Force. In 1975, Bruce introduced me to the early beginnings of the Fellowship of Christian Peace Officers. As a member of the USAF Security Police, I submitted a membership request and I have received the newsletters ever since. Because of the many military moves I didn't have a chance to join a chapter until I retired in 1993 and found Chapter #187 in Maine. In the years since its founding, they have spread the Gospel to every department willing to listen. Shortly after I joined, FCPO Chapter 187 added the name, "Maine Criminal Justice for Christ" and had a logo designed to give out to its members and future members.

On the second Saturday of each month (barring any heavy snowstorms), the chapter meets for breakfast at 8 AM ($10 will cover the food and tip) then after the meal and fellowship we address any business and spend time in Bible study and prayer. I miss the times when I can't make it due to weather and pastoring but the fellowship is sweet and spirit strengthening.

Fellow members of the Criminal Justice system - if you are visiting or live in Maine, come join us! Our Chapter President, Vito Ancona and the crew would love to see you. Call me at (207) 907-4535 if you want to learn more. God Bless and keep Christ centered in your life and duty.

Rev. Ronald Libby

Secretary, FCPO Chapter #187
2 Timothy 2:15

Posted by Steve Rogers | Topic: Personal Stories
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