Fellowship of Christian Airline Personnel

We represent Christ in the airlines/aviation industry through meaningful relationships and quality work worldwide.

Fellowship of Christian Airline Personnel

We represent Christ in the airlines/aviation industry through meaningful relationships and quality work worldwide.

Fellowship of Christian Airline Personnel

We represent Christ in the airlines/aviation industry through meaningful relationships and quality work worldwide.

Fellowship of Christian Airline Personnel

We represent Christ in the airlines/aviation industry through meaningful relationships and quality work worldwide.

Fellowship of Christian Airline Personnel

We represent Christ in the airlines/aviation industry through meaningful relationships and quality work worldwide.

Our Purpose

We walk with the Lord Jesus Christ, enjoying His presence and possessing His power to be “salt and light” on the job God has given us in the airlines/aviation industry worldwide. read more

FCAP News

New Prayer Room Coming Soon!

New Prayer Room Coming Soon!

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...

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The Workplace… A Missional Opportunity!
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how you can share this with
your church, business or school.

Brochure

We are grateful for the opportunity to connect with many new people through our FCAP booth at the G3 Conference in Atlanta in mid-January.  We look forward to hearing from you!

The Big Picture

What is a worldview?… How does it work?… Does everyone have one?
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FCAP Workplace Training

In need of recalibrating your work experience? We invite you to come be a part of our FCAP Workplace Training.  Hear what people are saying about the training or watch a short video on it.  Dates, information and links for future training sessions are as follows:

FUTURE TRAINING DATES & LOCATIONS

EWR – “On the Job…God’s Way”, Wednesday, June 19, 2019 from 0900-1600ET – Informational Flyer / *Registration is Required*

STR (Stuttgart, Germany) – <<Mit Gott am Arbeitsplatz>>, Saturday, June 22 – More Information

ATL – “On the Job…God’s Way”, Tuesdays in July 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th from 7pm-8:30pmET – Informational Flyer / *Registration is Required*

ATL2 – If you have completed Training 1, you are eligible to attend our second training, Engaging at the Workplace” being held on Wednesday, July 17th/  **Registration is Required**

 

FCAP is pleased to introduce Diego Suarez Morales and his wife Jenny.  Diego is a pilot in Colombia and has been working on material to share with our Latin brothers and sisters, representing FCAP.  For more information contact us at FCAP International Headquarters:  office@fcap.org or 770.461.9320 .  

Diego and Jenny Suarez met when they worked as a pilot and flight attendant, in a Colombian airline in the 90s. Diego, who has an undergraduate degree in Aeronautical Administration, currently serves as an airline pilot and together with his wife, who is also a social communicator, received ministerial training at Christ for the Nations Institute Bible in Dallas Texas. Read more…

Fellowship of Christian Airline Personnel

(FCAP) provides a connection among Christians within the airline industry worldwide.

(770) 461-9320 office@fcap.org

Thought For The Work Week

Our Power Source in the Workplace

Under what power or authority do you enter the workplace? There are actually two. One is the power or authority your company, owner, or boss gives you to perform the particular job they hire you to do. With that job comes the authority to make certain decisions; and, depending on your position, you may be given authority to give other people the power to make decisions there. Also, there are company goals and policy that define the authority by which you have the power to act and conduct yourself while at work. Secondly, as a Christian, you enter the workplace with the power God has provided for you. This should complement and enhance your work and is characterized by how you conduct yourself while on the job. There is no company policy that gives you the power to act in love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, faithfulness, truthfulness, gentleness, and with self-control (Galatians 5:22-23). Your company policy, nor any law for that matter, can produce and regulate this. It is not natural to our human make up… rather it is a God thing. His salvation provides the presence of the Holy Spirit in us, which in turn produces this fruit through our lives. We don’t simply act this out at church … this power is to affect us in all of life, including our workplace. What do you see the power of God producing through your life? (PMC)   Consider: “For God, Who said, ‘Light shall shine out of darkness,’ is the One who has shone in our hearts to give the Light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Christ. But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, so that the surpassing greatness of the power will be of God and not from ourselves” (2 Corinthians 4:6-7).
This thought was written by Paul M. Curtas, General Director of FCAP.

Connect in Prayer With Others
from Around the World!
FCAP PHONE PRAYER CONFERENCE
Tuesday, July 9, 2019   
10:00 am EDT (1200 GMT) and 4:00 pm EDT (2000 GMT) 
For more details, contact office@fcap.org or (770) 461-9320. 

Make plans now to be a part of this important time. 
Your prayers do make a difference!