Hello, My Name Is Regret

Matthew West recorded a song a few years ago titled "Hello, My Name Is" where the lyrics reflect emotions from decisions we've all made in life. The opening of the song says "Hello, my name is regret... I'm pretty sure…

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Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit

Jesus said in some of His opening words to the Sermon on the Mount - "Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of heaven." Jesus was speaking of our emptiness and His fullness. To be poor…

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What Do You See

Scott Hagan said, "Great leaders see everyone in the room. Poor leaders only notice those who notice them." As a teenager, I was passionate about a ministry that supported children in Latin America so I sent monthly support to help…

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A New Start For The New Year!

One of the reasons that I love to start a New Year is because it's a great time to bring closure to things from the past and to embrace all God desires to do in our lives today. My personality…

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Althea International Church, Munich

Launched: July 2, 2017 Pastors: Bernd and Ryoko Armbruster In this FEIC Member Spotlight, Jeff Slaughter checks in with Pastor Bernd Armbruster one year after the launch of Althea International Church in Munich, Germany. We discuss his growth, successes and…

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Input Goals

I hope you've had a great start to the New Year. Most of us have already been engaged in some form of change or new initiative either personally or in ministry. How are you doing? Really, how are you doing?…

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Happy New Year FEIC!

We love to celebrate our FEIC family and all that God has allowed us to do together across the continent of Europe this year but still believe the best days are in front of us! Since our official beginning as…

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Merry Christmas FEIC

As I write this Flashnote, the snow is falling in Vienna! With our Christmas markets, the lights, the snow; it really is an incredible place at Christmas. What I'm really excited about is the ministry that will take place in…

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