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Michael Williams

M.C. Williams is active police officer, state criminal investigator, chaplain and instructor with more than three decades on “the job.” As the author of Law Officer’s Chaplain Corner, he provides a biblical front sight focus on daily issues we face in law enforcement faces. MC serves as the director of The Centurion Law Enforcement Ministry (http://www.thecenturionlawenforcementministry.org) and is the past Vice President of the Fellowship of Christian Peace Officers – USA.

Do You Even Train, Bro?

As I write this, the 2017 International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA) Conference in full swing. As such, it seemed like a great time to present an article on training.

Embracing Our Warrior-Ethos in an Age of Guardians

With the anti-law enforcement pundits, politicians and liberal media continuing to be engaged in what is essentially all-out warfare against the police, one of the most hotly debated issues today is whether or not those of us serving in law enforcement are "warriors."

Police Suicide: “Where’s the Piper”

Those following me on social media know that I recently took part in a challenge to bring attention to the fact that at least twenty–two of our military veterans commit suicide on a daily basis (22KILL and similar sites). In doing so, I took the opportunity to bring awareness to the issue of police suicide

Warriors On The Wall

Cities in ancient times were typically surrounded by a wall of stone or earth.

Blessed Are The Peacekeepers?

In the three decades I’ve served in law enforcement and both before and after I came to faith in Christ, I’ve attended many police funerals.

Understanding Your Calling

Most of us entered the law enforcement profession in response to a “calling” on our lives even if we didn’t understand its source. Jesus understood that His calling – and likewise ours — was to do the will of the Father (John 6:38): ultimately going to the cross to give His life in “the line […]

Servant-Leadership in Law Enforcement

Those of us serving in law enforcement understand what those outside our profession do not