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
When we use the same tactics the world uses to resolve conflicts in the workplace, we fail to see how God leads us triumphantly in Christ (2 Corinthians 2:14). The contrast is radically different! Instead of letting pride lift us up, we become humble before God, which gives us confidence and bears witness of His greatness. We do not resort to self-made demands; instead, we offer selfless prayers that seek first God’s kingdom (Matthew 6:33). Instead of arming ourselves with harsh words to make our point…we disarm arguments by saying words of truth in a loving way. Though God’s approach to solving problems may seem weak and less convincing, they are the only weapons that will confound the wise of this world and weaken their stronghold and arguments. How do you approach problems in your workplace? (PMC) Consider this: “God has chosen the foolish of this world that He might confound (leave speechless) the wise, He has chosen the weak in the world to confound the strong…so that no human being can boast in the presence of God” (1 Corinthians 1:27-29).
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If you go to work thinking you have to do something for God to make work valuable… you lack in understanding why work is valuable to God. (PMC)
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