Awards

FCFInternational Awards

FCFInternational has several awards that are awarded to members for their accomplishments to the ministry as well as the fire service. The Bible tells us in Romans 13:7 to render therefore to all their due; taxes to whom taxes are due, customs to whom customs, fear to whom fear, honor to whom honor. This last part of the verse, honor to whom honor, is the reason why FCFInternational gives out awards to our members. Our desire is to give recognition to those who have accomplished much for the ministry and has glorified God in the fire service in some way.

To nominate a member of FCFInternational for one of the officially recognized awards submit a letter to the International Office detailing the account or action of the member. The letter should include any official documentation from their local department (if applicable), along with the date of the incident or event, their name and department, and why you are nominating them. Mail your letter, along with your contact information to FCFInternational PO Box 490 Arnold, MD 21012.

FCFInternational has the following awards:

Service Award

 

The Barnabas Award for Service

 Acts 4:32-36, Barnabas (Which is translated Son of Encouragement)

The Barnabas Award for Service is the highest recognition of achievement presented to a member of FCFInternational for service. The Barnabas Award for Service is awarded to the member of FCFInternational who distinguishes themselves through selfish acts of service, which has a positive impact on the fire service community.

 

 

 

2014 - Awarded to Wayne and Margaret Detzler for their dedication throughout their life to the discipleship ministry

2013 - Awarded to Gay and Sue Reynolds for their 17 years of distinguised service as the President/Missionary of FCFInternational

 

 

Valor

 

The Joshua Award for Courage

Joshua 1:9 - Have not I commanded you? Be strong and of good courage; do not be afraid, nor be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.

The Joshua Award for Courage is the highest recognition of achievement presented to a member of FCFInternational for courage. The Joshua Award for Courage is awarded to a member of FCFInternational who distinguished themself with an extraordinary act of bravery or heroism above and beyond what is normally expected in the line of duty and results in the saving of a life.

 

 

2014 - Awarded to Captain Jon Dygert of the Charlotte Fire Department 

joshua award 2014

2013 - Awarded to James Gordon and Engine Company 25 of the District of Columbia Fire and EMS Department 

 

 The Service Award

The service award is awarded to a member of FCFInternational who has demonstrated an act of service which has a substantial impact on the community or the fire service.

2013 - Tom McCoy for his work with Hurricane Sandy relief and the Moonachie First Aid and Rescue Squad

2013 - Russ Stammer for his work as the Chairman of the search committee of FCFInternational

 

The Chapter of the Year

The Chapter of the Year Award is given to the chapter that distinguishes themselves above all other chapters through their actions to glorify God in the fire service, support the vision and mission of FCFInternational, and support the International Office.

2013 - Charlotte/Mecklenburg Chapter

 

 
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