Canadian Law Enforcement Retreat

This ministry addresses the unique emotional & spiritual needs of law enforcement officers and their families.

Thank you for attending the 2019
Canadian Law Enforcement Retreat

A ministry of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association of Canada

More than 100 people gathered in early November at the Canadian Law Enforcement Retreat in Kananaskis Country, Alberta. The two-day event offered encouragement to law enforcement officers and their spouses.

As a spouse of an officer its nice to hear from others experiencing the same type of situation.  I really appreciated the testimonies portion and openness. – Attendee

Guest speakers equipped attendees to deal with the many challenges presented by their careers, while also upholding their marriages.

All the speakers understood what it is to be police while also being Christians…it’s something you don’t get in church. – Attendee

“I’m so thankful she stuck with me.”

Read Nathan & Karalee’s Story

Photos

Sharlyn and Steve Harris spoke with host Merle Doherty (right), revealing how Post Traumatic Stress Disorder affected Steve in his role with the Calgary Police Service.
Sharlyn and Steve Harris spoke with host Merle Doherty (right), revealing how Post Traumatic Stress Disorder affected Steve in his role with the Calgary Police Service.
Kate Hawkins described the effects of her anxiety discorder on her marriage to husband Jamie (an RCMP officer in New Brunswick) and their family life. We praise God that Kate found medication which helped her tremendously.
Kate Hawkins described the effects of her anxiety discorder on her marriage to husband Jamie (an RCMP officer in New Brunswick) and their family life. We praise God that Kate found medication which helped her tremendously.
Ron Mostrey, a longtime RCMP officer, offered many ways for law enforcement officers to not only survive in their jobs, but thrive and find opportunities to move forward.
Bill Mikaluk, a recently retired Edmonton Police officer, offered many ways for law enforcement officers to not only survive in their jobs, but thrive and find opportunities to move forward.
Worship was a key part of the Canadian Law Enforcement Retreat, preparing everyone's hearts for what God wanted to tell them.
Worship was a key part of the Canadian Law Enforcement Retreat, preparing everyone’s hearts for what God wanted to tell them.
Celeste Zbirun (left) and her band led worship during the Canadian Law Enforcement Retreat.
Celeste Zbirun (left) and her band led worship during the Canadian Law Enforcement Retreat.
The Lord touched many hearts through worship music at the Canadian Law Enforcement Retreat in Alberta's Kananaskis Country. More than 100 people attend the two-day event.
The Lord touched many hearts through worship music at the Canadian Law Enforcement Retreat in Alberta’s Kananaskis Country. More than 100 people attend the two-day event.