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blessed new year - 2021

Oh, give thanks to the Lord! Call upon His name; make known His deeds among the peoples. – 1 Chronicles 16:8

Many couldn’t wait for 2020 to end and welcome a new year. Understandably, the year has been a very difficult one that saw volcano eruptions, forest fires, earthquakes, locust plagues, typhoons, financial crisis, and an ongoing global pandemic that is still continuing to wreak havoc in lives of people. Although many would rather forget 2020, there has been many bright moments for the faintest light shines brightest in a carpet of darkness. We witnessed true devotion and generosity in the lives of front liners, prayer warriors, donors, ministry dream teams, and many other unsung heroes. Creativity and talent were activated as we had to adjust to the forced changed. Servant leaders rose to the occasion and steered battered ships through the the unprecedented tempest in recent modern memory. Instead of murmur and complain for the hardships 2020, let us thank God for His unfailing love, unending mercy, and unmerited favour He lavished on us. We have survived a tough year through the grace of God. Thanks to heroic people who gave themselves unselfishly for the glory of God and for the edification of the Body of Christ. 

Thank you! Vielen Dank! Maraming Salamat!

Father’s HeartReggie Ocampo

As we embark on a new year, let us remember that:

(1) Change is constant – if we think that things will go back to normal in 2021, we might be disappointed. Many things such as false securities were exposed, shaken, and removed in 2020 for us to move on to the next level holding onto what is reliable. New challenges make everybody an amateur and ought to make one dependent on God.

(2) Trials are meant to make us better – the change that was forced on us in 2020 ought to have better equipped us for the next level. Let us not waste our sorrows. No matter what awaits us, let us be determined to be better, not bitter.

(3) Grace is today – we can rest assured that God will give us the grace to face the challenges that awaits us. Grace is God’s enabling power and is present tense. We must not allow ourselves to be paralysed by fear thinking of the challenges of the whole year, rather let us take it one day at a time confident that God will not allow us to go through a trial that we are not able to overcome.

(4) Emanuel God with us – the good Lord cannot deny His name, nature, and word. Though heaven and earth will pass away, God promised us that He will never leave us nor forsake us.

Jesus is Lord over 2021!

Many Thanks to all the donors to our Fund Drive for the Victims of Typhoon Vamco in the Philippines.

Sunday Worship celebration

We are excited to see you again!

I was glad when they said, “Let us go into the house of the LORD.”     – Ps. 122:1 

Thank God we are allowed to conduct our Worship Celebrations again in both Gospel Forum, Stuttgart and Friedenskirche, Memmingen with Children’s Church. We are obligated to wear masks, except when seated,  and observe physical distancing. 

We have formulated our “Hygiene Konzept” and purchased enough disinfectants and hand sanitizers. Maximum number of visitors is limited to 50 with pre-registration at info@cffan.de.  

Note: Kindly provide ones full name, home address, telephone and/or email address while registration. City ordinance mandates us to keep a record of the attendees for at least 4 weeks for contact tracing. 

More details regarding Hygiene Konzept can be found in the pdf. 

All our services are held in English and German.

We will also continue our live streaming via YouTube and Facebook. All our  prayer meetings and bible studies are still happening online. 

Please contact us in case of any queries. 

  • info@cffan.de

Live Stream

Our next live stream will happen on Sunday at 2:00 PM

Till then watch and enjoy our previous service. 

In case if you have missed any of our worship celebration, you can watch them in our youtube or facebook channel . Do Like and  Subscribe  to our Facebook and YouTube channel

Word of the day – Pastor Reggie

“Who touched Me?“ (Luke 8:45) #faith #DesperateCry #hemofhisgarment #JesusHeals

Posted by Reggie Ocampo on Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Who We Are

CFFAN is a non-denominational, non-sectarian, Bible based, Christ centered, English speaking, Spirit-filled International Christian Family Church in Stuttgart and Memmingen, Germany.

Pastor Reginald Ocampo is the Pastor of Covenant Family For All Nations, which is affiliated with Gospel Forum Stuttgart. Pastor Reginald Ocampo is also the Head of Prophetic Ministry,Gospel Forum

The abundant life

If you are not yet sure what is the real meaning and purpose of life and if you do not yet have a real genuine personal relationship with Jesus Christ, don’t waste time wondering. God loves you so much that He sent His own Son, Jesus Christ, to die for the penalty of your sins and to give you an abundant eternal life. The merciful God is waiting and ready to forgive you and give you a new life if you would only sincerely humble yourself in asking for His forgiveness. Ask Jesus Christ into your life as Lord and He will hear you and be your Saviour.

Reginald and Irma Ocampo

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