068: Is Financial Wellness Discussed in Your Agency? with Financial Cop Nick Daugherty

Financial Cop Nick Daugherty is back talking with us about the next steps towards financial wellness. In this episode, he builds upon the initial steps of budgeting and eliminating debt by discussing emergency savings funds, the importance of having a will, and the basics of life insurance. Nick retired from the Grand Prairie, TX Police Department where he continues to serve as a Reserve Officer. After working to eliminate over $80,000 in consumer debt, he was introduced to Dave Ramsey's Total Money Makeover Program. He later became a Master Financial Coach, and has taught thousands of First Responders his "Building Financial Strength" Course. Contact Nick: Website: www.FinancialCop.com Fa

067: Four Tips for Improving Communication in Your Marriage with Police Wife and Chaplain Lisa Lerne

Police wife, Chaplain, and Bless the Badge founder Lisa Lerner joins Jonathan to discuss four tips for improving communication in your marriage and beyond. She has been married for over 28 years to Chuck, a 30 year law enforcement veteran. Her journey has led her to develop tactical relationship training for officers and spouses so that their marriages can thrive a career in this profession. Lisa offers the following very practical and effective tips for strengthening your communication skills in your marriage: 1. Understand the importance of timing in having conversations. Ask your spouse if the time is right to have the desired conversation. If not, schedule a time when both of you can

066: Warrior or Guardian - The Identity Crisis in Law Enforcement and the Tension That Will Help Us

Who are we? The recent police shooting death of Stephon Clark in Sacramento brings to light once again the issue of police-community relations and the tensions that exist. How do we positively drive culture and perceptions of policing in the United States in the face of the challenges? In this episode (part 2 of 2), Jonathan suggests that the issue is one of identity, and revisits the debate surrounding law enforcement officers as warriors or guardians. Listen to this episode: #WatchYourSix #JonathanParker #PodcastEpisodes #police #lawenforcement #cops #Identity #warriors #guardians

065: Warrior or Guardian - The Identity Crisis in Law Enforcement and the Tension That Will Help Us

Who are we? The recent police shooting death of Stephon Clark in Sacramento brings to light once again the issue of police-community relations and the tensions that exist. How do we positively drive culture and perceptions of policing in the United States in the face of the challenges? In this episode (part 1 of 2), Jonathan suggests that the issue is one of identity, and revisits the debate surrounding law enforcement officers as warriors or guardians. Listen to this episode: #WatchYourSix #JonathanParker #PodcastEpisodes #police #lawenforcement #cops #Identity #warriors #guardians

064: Greater Loves Has No One Than This

Greater love has no one than this, that one lay down his life for his friends. We often quote this saying when referring to the line of duty deaths of fellow officers. But where did this saying originate, and how might it apply to each one of us? In this episode, Jonathan explains the origins of this saying as a verse from the Bible in which Jesus laid down His life for us. If we accept the love and sacrifice of our fellow officers, then shouldn't we also consider the sacrifice of Jesus and how He responded in the days before His death to those who were close to Him, hostile to Him, and ignorant of Him? Listen to this episode: #WatchYourSix #JonathanParker #PodcastEpisodes #police #cops

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