Dick Kalman shares this from their recent time together, “There were five FCAP members that met at the Redwood, CA Harry’s Hofbrau Restaurant on October 13 for fellowship.  Though the group was small in size, we enjoyed the opportunity to catch up on the many activities in our lives since our last meeting and to recall the blessings of past FCAP conventions.  Prayer was given for the ‘great commission’ that signifies the Fellowship of Christian Airline Personnel world-wide outreach in the airline industry.  Prayer was also given in appreciation for the dedicated FCAP staff members,  We shared how much we missed others of our local FCAP members who could not join us for various reasons but remained in our prayers.  It was a special time of sharing.”  Thank you, Dick and Tom, for orchestrating this event.  A person new to the area and the airline workplace had planned to join them but was unable to do so.

Even in retirement, connections made with others over the years through the airline/aviation industry can continue to be a blessing and a ministry. These retirees have a wealth of experience, both vocationally and spiritually, to share with those still in the workplace, or perhaps just starting out.  It is our prayer that those involved with FCAP in the past will continue to be a part of this ministry in the days to come.  Ask God to show you how you can do that in your local area.  We are available here at the FCAP Office to help … contact edward@fcap.org.