Workplace Seminar in Medellin, Colombia

Workplace Seminar in Medellin, Colombia

In the above photograph are those who attended the second session of the FCAP Workplace Seminar presented in Colombia, South America.  The location for this was the church “Centro Cristiano Familiar – Iglesia Cristiana Cuadranguler” in Medellin.  Thank you, Diego, for once again being available to facilitate this presentation … and thank you to the church for opening their doors for the training.

Meeting God at Work

Why is it that we admire people who go to a solitary place for extended time for reflection, but give little recognition to those who fight the good fight of faith in the details of everyday life?  Church history has an abundance of stories about people and movements who withdrew from the world and the routine of everyday life in order to meet God in a greater way. On a few different occasions, even our Lord withdrew from people and the crowd to pray.  Though we may think highly of such spiritual withdrawal, it alone can produce an imbalanced life. Christ himself is portrayed in the Bible as regularly being among people who were distraught and struggled in the routine of life.  Work may not be a place for tranquil reflections, but it is a place to find God more fully and reflect Him more brilliantly. (PMC)  Consider:  “When He saw the crowds, He had compassion for them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. Then He said to His disciples, ‘The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore, pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest’” (Matthew 9:36-38).

This thought was written by Paul M. Curtas, General Director of FCAP.

Historic Prayer Breakfast at Kenya Airways

“Sing to the LORD, for He has done wonderful things. Make known His praise around the world.” Isaiah 12:5

It is with great joy that we share this report from Vicky Nuru on behalf of FCAP-Kenya: 

“Dear Brethren, on Friday, 14th Feb 2020, we had a historic prayer breakfast meeting at Kenya Airways head office for the entire market place. About 300 employees attended and we are grateful to God for that opening. It was the first time for such a meeting, and from the report of the CEO, we shall be having more of these in the future. Am grateful to God for this is an answered prayer for the FCAPers in Kenya. Join us in giving thanks to the Almighty God. The Fcapers were involved in the program for that day, and we are humbled.”

DEN Fellowship Meeting – February 29

FCAP-Denver
invites you to join us
for our next FCAP Fellowship Meeting 
Saturday, February 29
4:00 pm
at the home of Brad and Mindy Minnard
3537 S Cathay Street
Aurora, CO  80013


For additional information, contact Brad at (303) 514-8899.

God Is At Work in Schladming!

God Is At Work in Schladming!

‘Not only did those who participated in the 2020 FCAP Austrian Ski Adventure reportedly enjoy a wonderful week together, they had the additional blessing of being a part of a special outreach in the Schladming area.  We have advertised this on our site previously, and now here is an exciting update from Todd Billingsley about “Praise Night” sponsored by Taurenhof and the FCAP Ski Adventure and led by the newly formed  Styrish Worship Choir and the Schladming Big Band:

“God answered our prayers last night with Praise Night! We had over 500 people attend! The locals were wonderful at inviting their unchurched friends (of whom they said would never set foot inside a church). One of my youth boys who is typically stoic and expressionless said afterwards, ‘That…was…AWESOME! We have to do this at least once per month!’  A couple of people also spoke of ideas, dreams, and visions they’ve had of reaching the Enns River Valley for Christ, and how they’re excited that Praise Night could be the catalyst for that happening. God is moving and doors are opening. We’re excited to see what and where He is leading!”

Please join us in giving the Lord thanks for all He is doing both there and abroad.