Chaplain McLymont (left) presents a copy of Strength for Service to God and Community to Police Captain George Soberon. The Steward Family Foundation and Kingdom Capital provided the books. SFS supporters paid shipping costs.
Chaplain distributes books following Parkland Shooting
CORAL SPRINGS, Fla.--Chaplain Ken McLymont gave 52 Strength for Service books to members of the Coral Springs Police and Fire Departments following the killing of 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.
Police officers in nearby Coral Springs responded to the Feb. 14 shooting and one of their officers arrested Nikolas Cruz two miles from the school. The officer took the 19-year old to a hospital emergency room with “labored breathing”. Cruz was released after 40 minutes and the officer booked him into the Broward County Jail.
"On behalf of the Coral Springs Police Department, we want to say thanks to you and your organization in our time of need,” said Chaplain McLymont. At the chaplain’s request, the ministry is sending him additional books.