The Boise Airport Chapel recently celebrated the addition of three more names to their “Wall Of Fame” plaque in the chapel.
First there is the addition of Molly Kennedy, who passed away several months ago after fighting a battle with ALS. She was a TSA Inspector who lived out her faith in the workplace and was respected by all, despite the fact that airlines and other airport businesses don’t eagerly look forward to inspectors on the property. Molly was a very pleasant woman and loved by all.
The second person added is Addison King, manager of custodial services in the airport. A practicing Christian who was instrumental in helping at the Pentagon after the 9/11 terrorist attack, Addison has a great love and care for his employees and also has shared often with us about his desire to be a godly leader in his family. Finally, there is the addition of Daniel Nedich, who accepted Christ in the Boise Airport Chapel over two years ago. Dan is a United airlines manager who actually is being transferred to Portland due to company cutbacks. Dan also showed great concern for his staff, has a very calm, warm personality and has won the respect of his peers and his employees in the airport.He has persevered in caring for his wife as she struggled with cancer and eventually passed away on New Year’s Eve this past January. Dan now is a single dad while handling his responsibilities at work, a very godly man.
Our FCAP Field Staff and Boise Airport Chaplain, Warren Milanowski, writes the following as he shares the photo above: “I have attached a picture of my men’s prayer group, many of whom came to the chapel to pray yesterday (May 8) for airport ministry concerns. Two of the highlights were having the opportunity to pray for and lay hands on our Airport Director, Rebecca Hupp, and Police Lt. Ted Hanson…”
In addition to this, Doug and Roxanne Human were available to pray with many people int he chapel on the National Day of Prayer. Coffee and doughnuts were available for participants, and twelve employees participated. Doug co-labors with Warren as a Chaplain at the Boise Airport Chapel.
In late January the FCAP Office staff had the blessing of having our Field Staff from Boise come visit us here at the office. It was wonderful hearing from our FCAP chaplains (Warren Milanowski and Doug Human), along with Doug’s wife, Roxanne, how God is working in and through their lives. We spent time in prayer and in planning for future ministry. Another thing accomplished together was sitting down to officially sign our individual FCAP Membership forms (photos below). Just a few days ago, they shared with us about exciting answers to prayer, opportunities, and connections within their community that have taken place since their time with us. We thank the Lord for their lives and ministry through the Chapel at the Boise International Airport.
l-r: Warren Milanowski, Joe Ivey, and Doug Human
l-r: Jenni Ashmore, Joe Ivey, Roxanne Human, Pat Ivey, Warren Milanowski, and Doug Human
(l-r) Warren Milanowski, Monix Mathieu, Greg Human
In the evening of September 7, the Boise International Airport Chapel (under the direction of Warren Milanowski with FCAP-BOI), held its Second Bi-Annual Gathering of Gatekeepers Gala. The focus of this event was to celebrate ten years of ministry through the chapel there, to present vision for coming days/months/years, and to introduce Doug Human who plans to come along side of Warren to help with the work of the Chapel. Through the gracious generosity of individuals and businesses, a number of items were offered for a live and silent auction to help raise funds for the ministry there. It proved to be a most encouraging evening with approximately 80 in attendance.
Some of the items donated for live and silent auctions.
Invitation extended to attendees to become a “Gatekeeper” for the ministry in Boise.
Doug and Roxanne Human
Sharry Milanowski is a wonderful ministry partner, helping and supporting her husband whole heartedly.
This report comes from Boise Airport Chaplain / FCAP Field Staff, Warren Milanowski: “On Monday, May 15, it will be a year since our dear friend Terri Cortez went home to be with her Lord after a long battle with cancer. Today, May 10, we initiated a ‘Wall of Fame’ in our chapel and honored Terri. Gathered in the chapel were her husband, Ken; her mother, Jenean Hatch; and several of her coworkers and American Airlines manager, Randy Keen. I have attached pictures of all present and the plaque which is on the wall as you exit our chapel. The bottom of the plaque reads, ‘For Representing Christ at Work Through Meaningful Relationships and Quality Work.’ Terri represented her Savior extremely well wherever she went. Fond memories were shared as well as some tears. A local representative from the American Cancer Society was present. The plan is to add other employees who live out their faith in the workplace.”