To equip employees in every area of the Boise airport to become a life-changing influence through the transforming power of Jesus Christ.
Session 1 God’s View of Work
Session 2 Defining Workplace Ministry
Session 3 Responding to Workplace Conditions
Session 4 Making Our Connection
As often as possible, principles of the training are interjected into conversations taking place in and about the terminal communicating that the Christian employee is an ordinary person with an extraordinary calling.
Intentionally seeking opportunities to pray with and for employees and when possible, passengers. Part of our badging includes a brightly colored badge; “Need Prayer? Ask Me!”
Prayer Day: We have designated Tuesday as “Prayer Day” from 9AM-3PM. A few employees now come regularly and have made it a practice to come other days as well. Public address announcements are made at the beginning of the day inviting all to attend. Often, comments are received from passengers who are pleasantly surprised to hear this in an airport.
Twice on Sunday mornings we have a Focus and Prayer time in the chapel. Prior to those times we make a public address announcement inviting all to attend. Time is limited (thirty minutes), so that employees would be encouraged to consider coming on their break for a time in God’s Word and prayer. Communion is celebrated on the last Sunday of each month.
Like seasonings in a recipe, these qualities create a “fragrant aroma” as God’s people inhabit the airport.
Along with our efforts at the airport, we are enlisting spiritual gatekeepers in the community to pray for the safety of our airport, as well as a spiritual revival in our community.
Our prayer is that we, along with our brothers and sisters in Christ will, ‘’be to God the fragrance of Christ to those who are perishing.” 2 Corinthians 2:15
Our purpose includes a continual search for opportunities to share the gospel with those who have yet to enter into a relationship with our Savior.