I hold in high regard the men and women who serve their communities as first responders. I am so grateful for their service, and it is my privilege to be a small part of honoring them and their families through Bridge to the Badge.
A spiritual gift is given to each of us so we can help each other. 1 Corinthians 12:7. Having been born, raised and married in the military and the sister of a retired law enforcement officer, I have always had the utmost respect for our first responders and civil servants. I am very grateful for Bridge to the Badge for allowing me to take part in a "mission of love" to honor and support our heroes and their families. God Bless all who serve and those who love them most.
I am so glad to have a part in writing honor cards. We so often take for granted the service that our first responders provide. We "expect" that they will protect us & keep our communities safe. We don't realize that so many have lost their lives doing these things that they so willingly and consistently do. As I start to write these cards, I read the stories of the fallen officers. I truly want their family to know they are not forgotten.
I count it an honor and privilege to serve our First Responder families by writing cards of encouragement to them. I am grateful to be a small part of the Bridge to the Badge ministry. May your hearts be blessed and comforted knowing you are loved by Christ Jesus.
I’m the proud wife of a police department captain and the proud mom of two kiddos. We live in a small town in the Piney Woods of East Texas. I feel that it is an honor to send cards to the family members of law enforcement officers that passed away in the line of duty. These families have paid a tremendous sacrifice. I hope the card sheds the warm light of God’s love on their soil.
I am so honored and count it a blessing to play a part in honoring and remembering our fallen First Responders. As I write a note in each Honor Card monthly it also gives me an opportunity to pray for the family. I have been a Firefighter/Law Enforcement Mom for the last 28 years so you see I have what others call “skin in the game”.