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Christians in Commerce

Christians in Commerce

Sacred Heart Church
Fred Waring & Deep Canyon
Fridays at 7- 8 AM in the St Theresa Room

Contact Information
Jim Foudy (760) 345-8141 or Tom Kueneman  (760) 397-5233
WWW.CHRISTIANSINCOMMERCE.ORG


Vision:

Expanding the Kingdom by being Christ in the workplace

Mission:
We challenge men to be Christ-like around the people and circumstances of their working environment by bringing His truth, love, healing, justice and excellence to the marketplace

Values:
As Christians in Commerce, we are an ecumenical organization united with the body of Christ to:
Know, love and serve God and others

Share the time, talents and resources God has entrusted to us

Enrich member participation in prayer, scripture, family and church life

Friday morning meeting
format:
Prayer, scripture based teaching from National CIC    

Newsletter and discussion on teaching


The Bible Says:

“Iron is sharpened by iron; one person is sharpened by contact with another.” Proverbs 27:17

“Every day, as long as the day lasts, keep encouraging one another so that none of you is hardened by the lure of sin.” Hebrews 3:13

“Let us be concerned for each other, to stir a response in love and good works. Do not absent yourself from your own assemblies, as some do but encourage each other; the more so as you see the Day drawing near.” Hebrews 10:24-25

Quotes:

“The most honest, supportive group of men I have ever met with. I have belonged to many organizations.”
Jerry McCloskey, Laguna Niguel

“…one of my best hours each week. I look forward to every meeting to charge my spiritual battery.”
Jim Foudy, Palm Desert

“I visited one meeting and knew immediately that this was a bunch of Christian guys I would want to be around.”
Al Lansdowne, Kingston, WA

“The Christians in Commerce annual Challenge Weekend was the most significant spiritual experience in my adult life.”
Greg Aitkens, Mission Viejo

“CIC is my top priority each week.”
 Pat Hobert, Irvine

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