We walk with the Lord Jesus Christ, enjoying His presence and possessing His power to be “salt and light” on the job God has given us in the airlines/aviation industry worldwide. read more
Come visit our FCAP booth at the 43rd Annual Airliners International Collectibles Show and Conference June 19-22, 2019 at the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta This event is presented by the World Airline Historical Society. FCAP is grateful to be represented there...read more
The Workplace… A Missional Opportunity!
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We are grateful for the opportunity to connect with many new people through our FCAP booth at the G3 Conference in Atlanta in mid-January. We look forward to hearing from you!
The Big Picture
What is a worldview?… How does it work?… Does everyone have one?
FCAP Workplace Training
FUTURE TRAINING DATES & LOCATIONS
STR (Stuttgart, Germany) – <<Mit Gott am Arbeitsplatz>>, Saturday, June 22 – More Information
FCAP is pleased to introduce Diego Suarez Morales and his wife Jenny. Diego is a pilot in Colombia and has been working on material to share with our Latin brothers and sisters, representing FCAP. For more information contact us at FCAP International Headquarters: firstname.lastname@example.org or 770.461.9320 .
Diego and Jenny Suarez met when they worked as a pilot and flight attendant, in a Colombian airline in the 90s. Diego, who has an undergraduate degree in Aeronautical Administration, currently serves as an airline pilot and together with his wife, who is also a social communicator, received ministerial training at Christ for the Nations Institute Bible in Dallas Texas. Read more…
Thought For The Work Week
Christians should understand that the world view credibility is based on values such as achievement, breaking new records, moving into higher positions, and often all this without consideration of others. The credibility Christians should have at work is based on another set of values with a greater purpose. Our work performance is not characterized by being quarrelsome, disrespectful, or robbing from the company and coworkers. Instead we are told to be grateful, trustworthy, seeking the interest of others, and one who works to resolve problems, not foster them. Such conduct will draw attention from people and can point them to God’s credibility in our lives.
Recently a Christian business man in Europe told me a story about when he started a new sales job at a company. He quickly discovered this … the work culture was characterized by being cutthroat and taking sales away from others in the sales department. He felt saddened and yet concerned at what he should do as a Christian there. The Lord spoke through His Word to him, and he decided to take faith steps to bring a new approach at work. He started helping sales people in the department get new sales instead of taking their sales. He said that within a year the whole atmosphere changed in the sales department and most were helping one another get sales. This also gave him opportunities to share his faith in the Lord. Our faith at the workplace should not be characterized by how well we describe the darkness, but how well we shine as light in the darkness. (PMC) Consider: “For you were formerly darkness, but now you are Light in the Lord; walk as children of Light.” (Ephesians 5:8)
This thought was written by Paul M. Curtas, General Director of FCAP.
Connect in Prayer With Others
from Around the World!
FCAP PHONE PRAYER CONFERENCE
Tuesday, July 9, 2019
10:00 am EDT (1200 GMT) and 4:00 pm EDT (2000 GMT)
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Your prayers do make a difference!