Sharings

Freedom in Forgiveness

Initially, I decided not to go for the conference due to the increase in my work load caused by GST. At work, I handle everything single handedly since I am the only staff without an assistant. As the conference was approaching, Julius, the delegation head called me to check if I was attending the conference. I told him I wasn’t sure since I had a heavy work-load, with 20th August being the last day for payment of GST, but if there was a change in plan, I would let him know. After a few days, Julius called me once again and this time I said I needed some more time to decide and that my leave was not yet granted. Without deciding whether I was going for the conference or not, I participated in “Frame that”. I also started attending practices for the competitions; Praise parade and Broadway talent. Finally, I decided to register for the conference. Continue reading

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The Newest Kids on the Block!

The Christian Life Seminar (CLS) of the Porvorim Chapter came to a halt on the 22nd of June 2017 with the covenant ceremony, welcoming the new batch of participants to the CFCI family. It was held during the Chapter meeting along with the Couples as is the tradition, at Holy Family Church Hall. Continue reading

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Fools for Christ

Practiced what was Preached!

A Youth meeting at Mall the Goa? The formators were definitely losing it! It all seemed so ridiculous and farfetched!
Well it did happen as planned on 11th June and it would be remembered by the CFCI Youth of Porvorim as ‘The meeting at the mall‘. Continue reading

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Bringing in a New Generation

The CFCI Youth Intake Camp was held at Dasya Holistic Retreat Centre in Porvorim from the 28th to the 30th of April, 2017, the theme being ‘Bringing in a new generation‘ or ‘BANG’. This camp focused on helping the youth of today experience God’s love and mercy, thereby bringing in a new generation of youth who can be God’s light to all those in darkness. The camp comprised of 34 participants along with a camp team of 10 youth and couple formators, and other members of the community who offered their services. Continue reading