Extending Hope

New ministry seeks to link long- and short-term missions The mission field has often been relegated to two types of missions: short- and long-term missions.  Some feel the call of God to take up permanent residence in the nations they are sent to, and to live and minister there.  Others go on week- or month-long …

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Commissioned to the First Nations

Marty McLean, with a long family legacy of ministry to the First Nations, was recently licensed by the FCA in Canada. On Sunday morning of May 7, 2017, a powerful service took place in which the Maranatha Congregation from Niverville, Manitoba, in co-operation with the Fellowship of Christian Assemblies in Canada, licensed and commissioned First …

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New Resource for FCA Churches

News from around the Fellowship and the world is now available as a newsletter for churches to download and print for their own congregational use. The first installment is available by clicking here: SPRING 2017. A printable bulletin insert* may sound a bit like “back to the future.” Some years ago an FCA newsletter was mailed to …

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US FCA Announces “Church Planting Sunday”

Even independent, autonomous local congregations (like those of the FCA) can work together to accomplish great things—when they share the same passion and calling. Tony Simon, who serves as a missions representative on the US FCA Board, challenged pastors attending the US convention in April, to bring their churches together in a collaborative effort to start …

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Church Offers Unique Ministry

Ministering to children and families of prisoners can be hard. Just ask FCA ministers, Bob and Mona Davies who are founders of the Community Outreach Center in Wildomar, California. The Davies have, however, found unique ways to reach those families. Recently they joined forces with Builders of Faith Ministries to invite children of incarcerated parents …

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