inside #5_06 - Mai 2006
30 Years FCJG
We are looking back on 30 years FCJG (Free Christian Youth Community)
in Luedenscheid, Germany - saturated with God's goodness and
faithfulness. However, at the same time we look ahead to Jesus
and the future, for we know: The best is yet to come! Back in the
hippie flower power era of the 60's and 70's, millions of young people
worldwide started to believe in Jesus. No one imagined or expected this
outpouring of the Holy Spirit to become the largest in all of church
history - from a globally point of view - and those who rooted their
faith in Jesus back then, are the ones who are shaping world missions
and church movements until today. Looking back one will also find the
roots of FCJG in those days. Right from the beginning, God called us
to bring the gospel to the people, that they might hear of Jesus and
have the opportunity to personally experience God's love and power in
their lives. God is the master of history... of each human being, each
family - yes even of whole peoples, nations and his church!
And therefore he is also the initiator and Lord of everything,
that is connected to FCJG and HELP International today.
Over and over again we have been privileged to experience God's miracle working power in our community and our ministries in Europe, Asia, Africa and the USA. However, the greatest miracle is and remains, when the love of God reaches into the hearts of broken and hopeless people and transforms their lives from within and literally makes them new creatures. Someone once said: Jesus did not choose us because we have accomplished something, but because He wants to accomplish something through us. This applies to everybody regardless any social standard or decent. The love of God flows in abundance and is available to each and everyone on this earth. visit the fcjg homepage (german language)
Amy is a 18 year old girl. Forced by the divorce of her parents and the
chaotic lifestyle of her mother she ended up living on the streets. During the last
two years we met her again and again. First she didn't like us and she tried to
make us look ridiculous in front of her friends.
During the whole time she observed us and counterbalanced our preaching with our acts. We tried to show her the love of God through our friendship. Gradually she changed. Today she is a nice young lady and is hungry for God. She wants to get off the street and take responsibility for her life. She seriously talks about moving to where her dad lived and to start a new life.
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