Walking Out The Call To Serve - by Scott Carroll

For as long as I remain on the CPCA Executive, I will continue to push for our in-person ATS gatherings. I could give you a bulleted list of reasons why I value our Annual Training Seminar, but instead, I will share a single snapshot from Halifax from the October 2019 ATS. During our activities time, I had the pleasure of meeting and getting to know a wonderful chaplain - Scott Carroll. Scott shared with me his vision to transition from pastoral leadership to becoming an member of the RCMP. I encouraged Scott and prayed with him and he prayed with me, and in a short time period I grew to love this man's heart for the Lord, police officers, and people. Since 2019, we have remained in touch and a few days ago he shared with me that he had begun basic training at Depot as a RCMP Cadet. Delighted to hear this, I asked if he could take some time to share a portion of his story to inspire us CPCA Members. Attached is a short story by Scott prepared today along with a photo of Depot and a photo of he and I in Halifax. The most powerful thing I take away from Scott's story is the power of agreement between a husband and wife - Amos 3:3 "Can two walk together, except they be agreed?" May Scott's story inspire you to continue to trust in God to reach what seems to be the unattainable desires of your heart. Let's keep Reverend/Chaplain/Cadet/soon to be RCMP Constable Scott Carroll in prayer. Blessings; CPCA President Bruce Ewanyshyn

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