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Life in Christ Series

The LCS is an integrated course intended to lead the program participants into a renewed understanding of God's call to them as Christian families and individuals. It runs for a total of 9 separate sessions, usually held once a week. Most sessions consist of three basic ingredients: a teaching, a group discussion, and a time for fellowship.  Each session would normally last for about 2-1/2 hours.

What are the goals of the LCS?

The LCS has two basic purposes: evangelism and spiritual renewal.


To evangelize is to take the basic message of Christianity and to proclaim it anew so that those who hear it can make a renewed commitment to the Lord in a way which will allow them to receive a fuller experience of the work of the Holy Spirit in their lives.


Spiritual renewal works in three ways:

1. For the individual, it brings a person into a stronger relationship with God by discovering and living more fully the power and gifts he or she received through the Holy Spirit.


2. For the family, it brings married couples and individual members of the family into a renewed commitment to Christian family life and it starts to build up a community of committed Christian families.

3. For the Church, it brings people who already have a clear identification with a particular parish to a fuller experience of life in the Spirit. It also strengthens and revitalizes community life in the parish itself.

Content of the Life in Christ Series

The LCS runs for a total of 10 consecutive sessions (usually held weekly), divided into an Orientation Session and then 2 modules of 4 and 5 sessions respectively. The topics of the 9 sessions are:


Module 1: The Basic Truth about Christianity

    1. God's Love

    2. Who is Jesus Christ. 

    3. What it means to be a Christian

    4. Repentance and Faith

Module 2: The Authentic Christian Life

​    5. Life in the Holy Spirit

    6. What are the Spiritual Gifts?

    7. Receiving the Power of the Holy Spirit

    8. The Christian Family

    9. Transformation in Christ and Dedication



The Household
FCJC'S Cell Support Structure After the Life in Christ Series (LCS), the couples and individual participants are invited to join FCJC. When they do, they are assigned to a cell group called a Household. The household is a grouping of couples and/or individuals who meet regularly twice a month for personal sharing and for mutual support and encouragement in the Christian life. As such, the household is the basic unit in the pastoral structure of the FCJC family.


Since the household is the basic support structure for living out the Christian lives of the members, activities could also vary from time to time, reflecting the richness of the Christian life.


Thus, household meetings could be devoted to praying over or healing sessions, intercessory prayers, Lord's Day celebration, video viewing and discussion, socials (sports, outings, picnics, etc.) or any other activity that can contribute to Christian growth. The household meet also with other households in a Family Prayer Gathering once a month.

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