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Character Matters: Part 1


Unreached People



When our global family renews their credentials, they share the value and impact of FCF in their lives. This month I want to share with you some of those testimonies. Because you and I partner with them in the plan and purpose of God for their lives, the Kingdom of God increases.

In the book of Philemon, verse six, we find a scripture that places emphasis on the communication of our faith. Paul uses the word koinōnía, which means partnership, participation or fellowship: “That the communication of your faith may become effectual by the acknowledging of every good thing which is in your in Christ Jesus.”

The comments of these precious men and women of God testify to our global impact—the impact we are making because we are partners together with Christ in His ministry to reach the world.

Rev. Bertha Usayi from Zimbabwe
“I’m able to preach one on one and even at great multitudes through the confidence I gained from FCF. Also, I have confidence to pray for the sick and they get healed. I even have confidence to dedicate children to the Lord.”

Rev. Tatikai Pfotso from Zimbabwe
“With FCF summits I’m able to minister to others without fear. Growing day by day through reading the Word of God. Encouraging others to have Bible study to mature as a team and work to fulfill the great commission and become great leaders.”

Rev. Peter Wambucha from Kenya
“Since I have joined this organization I have seen many miracles happen in our churches and a great change of growth. Because of the faith messages they teach.”

Rev. Kingsley Asiamah from Ghana
“FCF has been a great source of inspiration for the understanding of the Word. It is building me up for maturity in the ministry.”

Stop and take a minute to watch this short video clip. Hear and see the global reach and rejoice with us in the fruit that is coming forth for the glory of God and the advancement of His Kingdom.

Together we are reaping a harvest for the Glory of God.

Gail J. Buse
International Ambassador