Sung Chun and Jake Joseph are both pilots, Sung being with Horizon and Jake being with Alaska. Both are currently based in Seattle but live on opposite sides of the U.S. Recently they had opportunity to connect in Seattle for a time of fellowship over a meal, which both enjoyed so very much. We encourage you to become familiar with our “Groups and Contacts” listed on this web site and connect with other believers from around the world as your travels give you opportunity. That is part of what FCAP is all about.
invites you to join us
for our next Fellowship Meeting
Saturday, November 23
at the home of Charlotte Smith
20977 E Berry Place
Centennial, CO 80015
For additional information, contact Brad at (303) 514-8899.
On November 7-9 Paul Curtas had opportunity to present our Workplace Seminar to a group of Swiss business leaders who met at Credo, which is nestled in the beautiful Swiss Alps. Paul reports that their time together was fantastic and the the seminar presentation was very well received. Prior to this time in Credo, Paul also met with our FCAP Fellowship Group in Zurich … what he describes as “a wonderful time.”
On Saturday evening, November 2, the FCAP-Stuttgart Fellowship gathered for a time of what was described as fantastic food and fellowship. It was the privilege of Bjoern Strotmann and Paul and Claudette Curtas to be a part of this time.
The Chicago Fellowship meeting held on April 3 at O’Hare International Airport proved to be a wonderful time with 6 Flight Attendants representing Eastern, United, American Airlines and Sky West (3 active and 3 retired). Our Office/Ministry Manager, Jenni Ashmore, flew up to help facilitate this meeting and was so blessed by her time there. The group prayed and chatted about FCAP and the long history of meetings held there in the past and how those present at this meeting could be used of God in the present in our mission field in the airlines and aviation industry. They have all agreed to stay in touch. Please join with FCAP staff and leadership in lifting them up in prayer, asking the Holy Spirit will work in and through them to revitalize the Chicagoland Fellowship.
We extend thanks to the ORD Chapel, Dr. Ken Botton, and Susan Schneider (Office Manager) for their hospitality. To God be the glory!
As mentioned above, Chicago extends way back in the history of FCAP. Individuals from Atlanta, Chicago, and Minneapolis were instrumental in the formation of this ministry in the early 1970’s.