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Faith, Family, & The Fire Service

Faith, Family, & The Fire Service

“A cord of three strands is not quickly broken” Ecclesiastes 4:12 As firefighters we possess an amazing tenacity to innovate, strategize, and produce when others fail. Yet in the midst of our fiery passion for the calling that we love many of us will over-focus on our beloved fire service while diminishing our roles at home. We will train, we will travel, we will teach but at the end of the day how much time and energy are we pouring […]

photo courtesy Chief John Buckman

Modern Firefighter Behavior

The fire service is filled with information about modern fire behavior these days. Have we considered the importance of understanding the modern firefighter’s behavior? Do we recognize the signs of a hurting brother or sister? Coming alongside another who is hurting takes one of understanding. It requires empathy over sympathy for the injured party to confide or open up to us. In other words, we have to be able to relate. Simply put, Firefighters feel comfortable talking with other firefighters. […]

by · September 29, 2014 · 0 comments · Daily Encouragement, Daily Roll Call
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