Police Officer Worships The Lord By Lip Syncing ‘I Can Only Imagine’ With K9

There are many videos of police department doing their own lip sync challenge and posting it online. Today, Chief Hepler and his K9 Fox from The Hollywood, Alabama Police Department are inspiring us with their very own faith-based lip sync.


They did a lip sync to MercyMe’s hit song ‘I Can Only Imagine.’ The police officer and his dog belted out this powerful tune and were so good and was filled with the power of the Holy Spirit.

The best part of the video was the moment when the officer got down on his knees and raised his hands to the Lord in Heaven. It was a powerful testimony to his faith and devotion to God. How amazing to see an officer publicly worship the Lord.

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Sandra Thompson O'Brien

Amen, very heart warming.

larry lee

wow. this is fantastic and he is from Alabama too.

Linda cavett

So wonderful. Thank you for your service


No matter how many times I hear this song… my eyes always tear up, because I can’t imagine what it will be like. All I know, is that when that day comes, I will be rejoicing!


I love this video, this is one of my favorite songs that he is lip syncing. He did a good job with that song.

Kathy Schmoyer

Class act! One of my favorite songs.

Melody Wittman

GOD Bless this Officer and Keep him Under the Blood of Jesus, he is a Awesome Man that stands for Jesus.

Becky Snowden

Love to see a Police Officer singing along with that beautiful song for the Lord!

Helen Estrada



Thank you for sharing this. It’s awesome this song hold tremendous value for my family and it’s nice to see someone of the law enforcement show their love for the Lord with no shame. I applaud you for not worrying about what other people would say or what your colleagues would say if you posted a religious video. May you and your pup be blessed and again thank you for sharing this video it was a nice way to start my day.

Verse of the Day

Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the LORD is to be praised. — Proverbs 31:30 (NIV)


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