Randy Edwards

FBC Canton,
Professional Organizations Chaplaincy
FBC Canton
July 29

About My Family

I was born and raised in Kentucky. My wife, Bobbi, and I met in high school. We were married in 1982 and are blessed with two children and four grandchildren. I was called into ministry in 1981 and have served as a church planter/pastor and a U.S. Army chaplain. I am a graduate of the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.

About My Ministry

I am an SBC ordained minister, and I serve as a volunteer law enforcement chaplain. Presently, I volunteer with the Canton Police Department and the United States Secret Service. The law enforcement community is a group of committed individuals and their families who face many stressors and dangerous circumstances. I am blessed to have the opportunity to interact and be available.


For boldness to share the gospel as I interact with people. For receptive hearts among the people in my community. For people to come to saving faith in Jesus Christ. For the Lord of the Harvest to send more workers into the field to join missionaries and chaplains.


Commit to long-term prayer support. Chaplains serve as an extension of the local church in places that other church members and staff sometimes cannot go. Explore the opportunities to extend the reach of your church by becoming a chaplain. Support and pray for chaplains and their families.
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Fund ID: A8ELQA-Edwards,Randy