Our June Issue of IN THE JETSTREAM, entited How God Gives Value to Work, is now available. It is written by Paul M. Curtas, General Director of FCAP.
A number of years ago now, several employees at the international airport serving Grand Cayman began praying for the addition of an Airport Prayer Room there. That vision is now becoming reality. Our contact in Grand Cayman, Marlene Moore-Ebanks, shares the following: “I am so grateful God is awesome and faithful and has kept me and I am still here and living to see this day. A great day in our history. The room is not yet finished as a lot of construction is going on upstairs. However, this sign is now up. Praise the Lord!”
If you are traveling in and out of Grand Cayman, please watch for more information about the completion and availability of this chapel. For updates, you also can email Marlene. We know they would appreciate your prayers as the room is completed and put into use for God’s glory.
On May 15 Paul Curtas, FCAP General Director, had the privilege of facilitating our “On the Job…God’s Way” training in the Tampa area. Paul reports that the time was a blessing and the training seemed to be well received. A special thank you to Delta Flight Attendant Casey Conner for opening her home to the group. Pray God will use these three ladies in a mighty way for His glory in the lives of their airline co-workers.
“Perhaps you’re on the outside looking in after failing to achieve some lofty ministry goals. Perhaps you’ve shipwrecked your faith; you’ve left your first love. Do not despair! Listen for God to speak to you, watch for the Father to send someone in haste after you. As He sent an angel to tell the women to tell Peter, it may come oddly. But know it is God who seeks you out, sending word to you to meet Him again.”
This is an excerpt from our May issue of IN THE JETSTREAM entitled “The Father’s Tender Mercies” and written by Tim Files. Read More!
On Saturday, March 9, our Workplace Training 1 was held at the Hearth House in Fayetteville, GA . Normally the training is held on a weekday, but in consideration of those who work Monday-Friday shifts, we want to periodically schedule one on Saturdays. It was well received with seven in attendance (in addition to facilitators) and many others expressing interest but unable to attend this particular one. One of those attending was the son of facilitator Bentley Morris. Thank you, Isaiah, for taking part in this time along with your dad … it was a joy having you with us.
Watch the home page of our web site for announcement of future dates and locations.
Once again, Paul is having the privilege of spending time with students at Columbia International University in South Carolina. He is presenting to three classes there portions of the material found in his book, When God Shows Up at Work, and from our FCAP Workplace Training. It is a joy for Paul to have this opportunity, and he also looks forward to speaking at a local church in the Columbia area on Sunday. Thank you for praying!