Cards are sent in the month of the one year anniversary of the officer's end of watch.
Debbie Prillaman is on the Board of Directors and she leads the Honor Card Program.
I have been so very blessed to be raised by a loving, Christian family in an amazing community called Bluegrove. I love to play volleyball with my homeschool team and also enjoy playing saxophone with First Baptist Church’s orchestras. Volunteering to write letters to the families of first responders reminds me to continue to pray and acknowledge the sacrifices these men, women, and families have all made.
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 the Bridge to the Badge ministry 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 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.
Ephesians 1:16 ESV
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”.