Couples

Revive 2018

Couples for Christ India, Mangaluru unit celebrated their Family Day ‘Revive’ on Sunday, September 2, 2018, at The Pastoral Institute, Bajjodi. The theme for the Family Day was chosen in accordance with Matthew 11:28-30 which is CFCI’s theme for the year 2018. Around 250 were present to celebrate the day which was made all the more significant by the fact that this year is celebrated as the Crystal jubilee. The day was filled with lots of fun, fellowship and faith building. Continue reading

Sharings

Language isn’t a Barrier

In the month of March 2018, I had decided to go for one of the CFCI Youth Summer Growth Programs, which was held in West Bengal from 15th to 20th May 2018. While traveling to North India, one must have a basic knowledge of Hindi, as it is one of the common languages spoken in this region. Having studied Hindi as my second language for fourteen years, anyone would have thought I’d have mastered the language by now, but that was not the case with me. Continue reading

Sharings

The Gift of Tongues

A year ago, during the Full-Time Worker’s recollection retreat that I attended in May, I had the opportunity of having a one to one with our country servant, and ever since then, I’ve been focusing more on the Holy Spirit. Since then my eyes have been opened to the working of the Holy Spirit in my life in so many areas that before, I took for granted. I’ve shared before on some virtues that He has helped me with, especially the gifts of temperance and patience. But here, I’d like to share on something different. Continue reading

Gallery

MAD with Christ

Every Christian Life Seminar (CLS) is a fresh opportunity to spread the message of hope and make our Savior known to others. With this thought in mind, the members of CFCI Singles (Porvorim chapter) held their CLS at the Holy Cross Chapel Porvorim which began on 24th April 2018 titled, Make a Difference (MAD). It was indeed heartwarming to see singles attend in large numbers with a total of 42 registrations on the first evening. The atmosphere was a mixture of emotions with each person attending for a different reason; some out of curiosity, others out of excitement while still others looking for healing and a deeper relationship with God. Continue reading