What is FCAP?
The ministry of FCAP is carried on by everyday ordinary people throughout the airline workplaces of the world who go to work with an extraordinary calling. The FCAP ministry does not focus on specialized people, nor are we a special interest group focusing on certain issues. 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. And we desire to demonstrate how our faith in Jesus Christ can influence the people and 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
Why is it that we admire people who go to a solitary place for reflection, but give little recognition to those who reflect their faith in the details of everyday life? Church history has an abundance of stories about people and movements who have withdrawn from the world and the routine of everyday life in order to find God in a greater way. On a few different occasions, even our Lord withdrew from people and the crowd to pray. However, though we may think highly of such spiritual withdrawal, it alone can produce an imbalanced life. Christ himself is portrayed in the Bible as regularly being among people who were distraught and struggling in the routine of life. Work may not be a place for tranquil reflections, but it is a place to find God more fully and reflect Him more brilliantly. (PMC) Consider: “When He saw the crowds, He had compassion for them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. Then He said to His disciples, ‘The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest’ “(Matthew 9:36-38).
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Make plans now!
Mark your calendars for the 2015 FCAP International Convention in Interlaken, Switzerland from August 17th to 21st.
If you would like to view a video from our last convention in 2012, view here.