The National Servant’s Conference was finally in view after turning the last corner toward the Divine Call Center Mulki, all the National Servants across India adjusted their mirrors and revved right ahead. Elvis Cutinho was decided upon unanimously to be the emcee for the gathering. Francis Menezes, the national formator for Singles and Youth from Goa inaugurated the National Servants Conference and the event began. Continue reading
On the 14th of May, 2015, a team of three couples and their families from CFCI Goa travelled to Imphal, Manipur, on a mission to start CFCI in the said area. The mission team of Jerry, Margaret and Danika D’Sa, Agnel and Flory Carvalho and James, Melfee and Jervis Braganza conducted a Christian Life Seminar at St. Paul’s Retreat House in Mantripukri. They were warmly welcomed and hosted by Fr. Thomas who co-operated with the team in every way possible. Continue reading
It is February already! While we are still in the afterglow of the Christmas season, it is time to say hello to Lent. One of my personal favorite seasons (weirdo that I am) and along with Lent comes the list of ‘sacrifices’ and ‘abstinences’. While we have become comfortable giving up meat, of late the young crowd (which I still relate myself with, deniers can take a hike) have come up with more innovative ‘give ups’ for Lent.
While I am trying not to completely rip-off my inspiration for this post (thanks Christina Mead!), I am making an attempt to create a ‘give-up’ and ‘take-up’ list closer to the Indian youth context. Continue reading
‘An Encounter with God‘, the three day Couples for Christ India (CFCI) Singles retreat, was conducted from 5 to 7 December 2014, at Snehadaan, Bangalore exclusively for the African community in India.
Tito Tony Corriea and Tita Maria Corriea, full time missionaries of CFCI serving in Africa, led the three day retreat, where intense teachings, vibrant gospel music and energetic dance were all found under one roof. Guillaume Gatchuessi, CFCI Singles from Bangalore was the moderator between the participants and the service team. Continue reading