On Sunday, January 19, Eugene and Christina Kraybill graciously opened their home in the DCA/IAD area for a "Soup Party." They share the following in response: "...we had a wonderful time together for our first FCAP meeting of this year over bowls of homemade soup...
Praise Night … Coming Soon in Schladming!
Our “On the Job…God’s Way” Seminar and its sequal, “Engaging at the Workplace,” are conducted on site or electronically through Zoom for airline/aviation personnel in your area. It is also available for churches, Christian schools and universities, and businesses (more information below). To schedule a seminar, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1- (770) 461-9320.
Future Dates To Be Announced
Reflecting on the Year … and Spreading our Wings
As we reflect on 2019, we have much to be thankful to God for … He has opened doors of opportunity for us in a variety of ways. In addition to the individuals whose work life displays God’s glory and Gospel in the aviation workplaces throughout the world, here are a few others…
- Our FCAP group in the Philippines has targeted a people’s group in their country that is poor and lacking in many ways, including the Gospel. Good water is one thing they desperately need, so this FCAP group raised support and had a well dug in that town. Now they are bringing the Gospel, the Living Water, to this people group.
Thought For The Work Week
The Bible gives us many word pictures that depict the kind of influence Christians can have out in the world and in their work-culture. Here are two for your consideration. First, as children of light, we are to radiate God’s character through our words, gestures and deeds. However, we should realize that emitting God’s light in the workplace also can expose the darkness there. No doubt, we will feel the tension between showing love, patience and forgiveness toward people, yet without condoning what they do. We are not called to curse the darkness, but instead bless it by letting God’s light shine through us (John 3:17-21). Next, as the “salt of the earth” our actions and responses can bring something tasteful to a distasteful environment. Like salt, our lives at the workplace can preserve things from deteriorating further, like attitudes, ethics and human relationships. Take a moment and look at your workplace… How do you see your daily influence there? (PMC) Consider this: “You are the salt of the earth… Let your speech be gracious, seasoned with salt. You are the light of the world… let your light shine before others, so that they will see your good works and give glory to God in heaven” (Matthew 5:13-14; Colossians 4:6 combined).
This thought was written by Paul M. Curtas, General Director of FCAP.
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First Tuesday of every month
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