Couples for Christ
PROGRAMS & SERVICES
Family Ministries are the different ministries of Couples for Christ that relates to the other members of the family.
CFC Singles for Christ (http://www.couplesforchristusa.org/index.php/ministries/family-ministries/singles-for-christ)
CFC Handmaids of the Lord (http://www.couplesforchristusa.org/index.php/ministries/family-ministries/cfc-hold)
CFC Servants of the Lord (http://www.couplesforchristusa.org/index.php/ministries/family-ministries/cfc-servants-of-the-lord)
Couples for Christ
Answering the Cry of the Poor (ANCOP)
COUPLES FOR CHRIST (CFC) is a movement intended for the renewal and strengthening of Christian family life. It is an association of Christian couples who have committed themselves to the Lord and to one another, so that they may grow into maturity as men and women of God and fulfill their primary vocation of raising up their families under the lordship of Jesus Christ and for the service of the Kingdom of God. Couples for Christ is a work of Christ which raises up Christian couples and establishes Christian families committed to the work of evangelization and winning the world for Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit. It grows mainly through the establishment of localized units in different parishes.
CFC began in 1981 in Manila when a local Christian community tried out a new approach in evangelizing married couples. The method used consisted of bringing together a small group of prospective couples in a private home. There they were brought to a living relationship with Jesus Christ and to renewal of the power of the Holy Spirit through a series of weekly informal discussions of the gospel in a social setting.
Soon, CFC became a Christian family life renewal program made available to parishes and groups of married couples who wished to live out their Christian life in an active, supportive relationship with one another.
Through the years, CFC has blossomed into a worldwide ministry, becoming a major force for the renewal of Christian family life and also of the church.
Any validly married Christian couple can become members of CFC. CFC draws its membership from all sectors of society. CFC transcends all cultural, economic, educational, social and other distinctions.
Those who want to join CFC go through a seminar which is called a Christian Life Program (CLP). The CLP starts with an orientation session, then goes through 12 weekly meetings, thus involving a total time period of 3 months. The weekly meetings are usually held in the evenings and last about 2.5 hours per session.
There are no fees or any monetary expenses required of participants. The only investment required is their time and their openness.
For more information, please contact
Jansen and Nimfa Magat at email@example.com