And They Are Off!

Today Paul and Claudette Curtas embark on yet another journey representing the FCAP Ministry.  This time travel takes them to Australia and New Zealand, via Los Angeles.  In each of these locations they will spend time with FCAPers.  Paul will also have opportunity to present our Workplace Training at the Torchbearer’s Business Ministry Leadership Training in New Zealand.  Prayers for every aspect of this trip are greatly appreciated.  (As many of you know, the flight between Los Angeles and Sydney is extremely long and tiring.)

Unexpected Blessing

One never knows what a day will bring forth … and that just may include special blessings like connecting with a brother or sister in Christ as you go about your day in the workplace.  Such was the case when Tim Files (Delta Tech Ops) and Dale Grimes (Delta Flight Attendant) unexpectedly ran into each other at the Atlanta Airport.  And anyone who knows these two can tell you that their brief time of fellowship there was most entertaining!  This is one of the benefits of connecting with FCAP and getting to know other believers within the airline workplace.  The joy of the Lord is evident in unexpected meetings like this one … no matter where you are in the world.

Speaking Opportunity at Christian School

Speaking Opportunity at Christian School

On Thursday, April 6, Paul and Claudette Curtas, accompanied by Jack Bowen (United Airlines Captain), had the privilege of speaking to 40 juniors and seniors at Grace Christian School in Brandon, FL (near Tampa).  Paul and Jack spoke about God’s view of work and the future of these students within the workplace.  They also spoke to a class of 31 7th graders who have adopted Paul and Claudette (and FCAP) as their missionaries.  Over $100 was raised by these students this school year to give to the mission.  Paul, Claudette, and Jack were all three touched by their faithful prayers and generosity.  So are all of us in FCAP!

 

 

 

 

Workplace Training #2 in ATL

Workplace Training #2 in ATL

On January 18 our Workplace Training #2, “Engaging at the Workplace,” was officially inaugurated in Atlanta.  Fifteen people were in attendance.  This training builds upon our first training session (“On the Job…God’s Way”), and anyone who has completed the first one is eligible to attend the second one.  We are looking forward to taking Workplace Training #2 on the road this year. If you have completed the first training and would like more information about Workplace Training #2, please contact Edward Church at the FCAP Office.  And if you have not yet attended our first session, “On the Job…God’s Way,” please refer to the home page of this web site for dates and locations as well as sign up information.

Workplace Training in Orlando

Workplace Training in Orlando

Had another great day on May 2 of FCAP Workplace Training, this time in Orlando. Delta flight attendant Jaye Carpentieri and husband Andrew opened their home for us.  Ten were in attendance, representing five different airlines.  In the group picture at the top, the two on the far right are father and daughter, both pilots but working for two different airlines.

Session in Dining RoomJaye’s dining room became our classroom, and during break and meal times we enjoyed delicious food and wonderful fellowship were enjoyed by all.  Thank you, Jaye and Andrew, for your gracious hospitality and all the preparations you put forth to make this training possible.MCO - Mealtime

 

 

 

 

 

FCAP Training Held in MSP

FCAP Training Held in MSP

On Monday, April 25, it was our privilege to conduct a FCAP Workplace Training in Minneapolis.  The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum served as a gorgeous setting for this time. Our General Director, Paul Curtas, writes, “The training was wonderful with the 18 who attended.  It was an eager and engaging group.  Thankful to God for the people he has put in the airline workplace to be His light.”

It was a privilege to have LeeAnn's Aunt Rhea with us for the training. Rhea was one of the 13 women aviators who over 50 years ago were in the astronaut program.

It was a privilege to have LeeAnn’s Aunt Rhea with us for the training. Rhea was one of the 13 women aviators who over 50 years ago were in the astronaut program.

Group interaction is an important part of this training.

Group interaction is an important part of this training.

(l-r Debbie Regello, Paul Curtas and LeeAnn Nelson)  Debbie and LeeAnn have been faithfully involved in FCAP for over 30 years.

(l-r Debbie Regello, Paul Curtas and LeeAnn Nelson) Debbie and LeeAnn have been faithfully involved in FCAP for over 30 years.

Paul Leading Session

Paul Leading Session

During the training, two friends shared how God used the life of one to bring the other to Himself.

During the training, two friends shared how God used the life of one to bring the other to Himself.