AGI staff desire to be a support to the local church in helping believers experience true Life and Victory as a result of walking in truth and the power of the Holy Spirit.
AGI staff are ministry trained discipleship counselors and are not Licensed Professional Counselors or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists. AGI staff do not practice psychotherapy. Please see our counseling tab if you would like more detail regarding our discipleship counseling process.
The California Peace Officers’ Memorial Foundation is a non-profit charitable foundation whose mission is to recognize and honor California’s peace officers who gave their lives ‘In The Line of Duty’ serving the citizens of this great state, and provide support to the family members left behind.
The Centurion Law Enforcement Ministry is a non-denominational, evangelical Christian outreach by, for and about law enforcement (police, deputies, investigators, probation/parole, corrections, etc.) and military personnel. TCLEM is affiliated with the Fellowship of Christian Peace Officers (FCPO) and provides Bible-based support, fellowship and accountability for officers worldwide. We also seek to infuse Christian servant-leadership into our profession and equip the Christian officer to boldly share and live the Gospel.
The Every 15 Minutes Program offers real-life experience without the real-life risks. This emotionally charged program, entitled Every 15 Minutes, is an event designed to dramatically instill teenagers with the potentially dangerous consequences of drinking alcohol and texting while driving. This powerful program will challenge students to think about drinking, texting while driving, personal safety, and the responsibility of making mature decisions when lives are involved.
The Exchange goal is to mobilize believers by teaching them how to form redemptive relationships, lead unbelievers to Christ, disciple those new believers in Spirit-empowered living and train them to give the gospel so that this circle is repeated over and over. The end result is spiritual multiplication and Great Commission living.
Law Enforcement Today (LET) is administered and owned by law enforcement officers. We embrace law enforcement personnel, sworn and unsworn, as well as retired LEOS and civilian supporters. LET uses the experience of the law enforcement community to meet the challenges ahead of us. We publish first-hand accounts of how officers have successfully faced adversity or practiced excellence in law enforcement. LET strives to provide cutting-edge articles and information from subject matter experts in many law enforcement disciplines. We offer a chance to network with like-minded members of the law enforcement family. LET is not corporately owned, but exists for law enforcement by law enforcement.
Life of Valor is a national movement of men, taking back their authority and claiming their destinies. A nation of men leading their homes the way God had always intended. Men standing up, healed, transformed, strong in Jesus, equipped and living life as MEN.
Oath Keepers is a non-partisan association of current and formerly serving military, police, and first responders, who pledge to fulfill the oath all military and police take to “defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.” Oath Keepers reaches out to both current serving and veterans to remind them of their oaths, to teach them more about the Constitution they swore to defend, and to inspire them to defend it. See below for details on how we do that. Oath Keepers also includes a membership program designated as “Associate Members”, which consists of patriotic citizens who have not served in uniform but who serve now by supporting this mission with their Associate Membership and volunteer activities. Oath Keepers welcomes our Associate Members and appreciates their support of our mission.
Officer Down Memorial Page
Remembering all of Law Enforcement's Heroes.
The WCPR program is for first responders whose lives have been affected by their work experience. WCPR is one of only two residential treatment facilities of its kind in the world. The other program is the On-Site Academy in Massachusetts, with which WCPR is affiliated. The WCPR residential program provides an educational experience designed to help current and retired first responders, recognize the signs and symptoms of work-related stress including post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in themselves and in others. FRSN prefers to identify PTSD as a post traumatic stress injury.