Chaplain Grant Wolf of the Chattanooga, TN Police Department is still working on his anthology of “stories of faith and courage” from law enforcement. He needs 45 more stories to complete the project and has asked for my help in getting the word out to readers of this blog. When it is finished, the book will feature 365 stories – one for each day of the year – about how God intervened in the life of a law enforcement official.
Stories received to date run the gamut from light-hearted (a rookie who passed out while helping deliver a baby) to not-for-the-faint of heart (a bank shooting and a fatal auto accident). They represent every phase of law enforcement work and demonstrate that something happened which simply cannot be explained other than by God’s hand.
If you have a suitable story, please download this link for a brochure explaining the law enforcement faith and courage project.