What is FCAP?
The ministry of FCAP is carried on throughout the airline workplaces of the world by ordinary people who see their work as a partnership with God. We do not have a membership nor are we a club with dues. Rather, FCAP is a fellowship of Christians who identify with one another through a common focus and purpose. We desire to demonstrate how our faith in Jesus Christ will influence how we do our work, how we treat people, and how we respond to the circumstances of our workplace. We are blessed to have both airline and non-airline people who encourage and support the ministry.
Thought for the Day
Considering the “branding” of Christian beliefs these days, the world tends to try to position people in one of two extremes… either you must completely agree with their views, or if you don’t agree with them, then they accuse you of making them your enemy. Christians must be careful not to get caught in the middle of this kind of thinking. While God has given us the truth and asks us to be discerning about what He has deemed to be right and wrong, He also tells us not to become a judge and pronounce a final verdict or punishment on those who disagree with us and don’t like us. The Bible instructs us to leave room for God, who is the absolute Judge, while at the same time show God’s patience, love, and forgiveness to those who despise us (PMC). Consider: “Never pay back evil for evil to anyone. Respect what is right in the sight of all men. If possible, so far as it depends on you, be at peace with all men.” (Romans 12:17-18)
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“The only thing you believe in is the thing you believe in enough to practice. Your creed is your deed.” – E. Stanley Jones”
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