National Law Enforcement Ministry


“Knowing the God who Protects and Serves”

The Billy Graham Rapid Response Team (RRT) is pleased to support the law enforcement community through two upcoming National Law Enforcement Retreats. The first will take place October 21-23, 2019, at the Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains outside Asheville, North Carolina. The second will be held March 29-31, 2020, at Horseshoe Bay Resort near Austin, Texas.

In appreciation of your devotion to protect and serve others, the RRT would like to support you with these retreats focused on addressing the unique emotional and spiritual needs law enforcement officers and their families face. We hope you will take this opportunity to step away from the pressing demands of life and career to focus on the truths found in God’s Word.

Upcoming Retreats



Audio Archives



    • It was way above my expectations, speakers, facility, music and food made for a great event.
      – LEO Lytle, TX

    • The speakers and the applicable topics related to law enforcement challenges; including the wives was very valuable.
      – LEO wife Pearland, TX

    • My wife and I are both police officers with the same department. We realized more importantly we’re both spouses. I think we reconnected on a personal level with God’s help.
      – Lebanon, NJ

    • What did you find most valuable from this retreat? The opportunity for my wife to hear what I can’t say or don’t know how to say.
      – Ingleside, TX

    • Since the retreat my wife and have been transformed, it seems. We were both renewed in our faith, feel energized for God and have just been overwhelmed by the Holy Spirit. Your prayers were and are a blessing to us. Our will is what God wants, not what we think it should be. We needed to be straightened out a little on that, so, we thank you for that.
      – Chris, Police Lieutenant

    • We face unimaginable circumstances from day to day that the average person can’t imagine. Knowing there are people of like faith and wanting to help us and our families is a great feeling. May God bless each and every one of us and keep us safe.
      – Dana L., County Sheriffs Office

    • Our family was blessed beyond measure. Since our return, I have spoken in length with the President of our FOP lodge about sending multiple couples next year. Our lodge will be examining the proposal at the end of the year and create a budget item for next year. Please extend to your TEAM how the NLER blessed my wife and I. We are excited to see officers and their wives attend next year. May Jesus continue to bless the Rapid Response Team and BGEA!
      – Joe F., Police Lieutenant