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
One of the greatest challenges in life is to give thanks for all things. That includes not only the things we consider as blessings, comforts and pleasures in life, but it also includes heartaches, disappointments, unjust circumstances, illness, loss of loved ones, loss of finances … and the list goes on. It is difficult for us to fathom why we should give thanks in all these things, and it is certainly not our natural tendency to do so.
But reality is this. In God’s great love for us, He sometimes takes us down unwanted paths in order to bless us with what He knows to be His absolute best. And the absolute best for us is to enter into a deeper relationship with Him. As He draws us closer to Himself, we cannot help but fall on our knees and give Him thanks. (CCG) “Sing and make music in your heart to the Lord, always giving thanks to God the Father for everything, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.” (Ephesians 5:19,20)
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“The most important influence on any civilization, any culture, or any company is God’s presence actively working through His people in every facet of life’s experiences. ” (PMC)
2015 Convention Photos
FCAP Austrian Ski Adventure — Dates February 14-20, 2016. Mark your calendars now and plan to join us. For more information and to register, go to the FCAP Ski Adventure site.
Featured Article: Do you ever find yourself feeling paralyzed in life as you encounter circumstances that leave you feeling exasperated, disillusioned, and numb? Our featured article this month, Proactive Faith in Paralyzing Times addresses this topic. We pray it will be an encouragement to you.