Pictorial Highlights of FMWM at General Conference 2015

Click here for pictorial highlights of the Missionary Summit, July 10 Click here for pictorial highlights of the FMWM Exhibit Space   Photos courtesy of Larry Winckles

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Introducing: Free Methodist World Missions Pulse

The Free Methodist Church is pleased to announce Free Methodist World Missions Pulse as the new name for the quarterly missions magazine formerly known as Free Methodist World Mission People. Although there sometimes has been comic confusion over the years with another magazine called People that never seemed in itself to require a name change. […]

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New Missionaries Appointed

Free Methodist World Missions is pleased to welcome two couples recently appointed as extended-term missionaries. Darin and Jill Land have been appointed as career missionaries to Asia, based in the Philippines. Darin will serve as Asia Regional Assistant with a focus on leadership development. Once Darin and Jill have secured adequate partnership for their Missionary Support Account, […]

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The Loop is Closed

The school is dedicated to the poor and untouchable youth of India. Its aim is to prepare young leaders, who normally could not afford higher education, to be educators. The school is the McKenna School of Education, a part of Immanuel University in Hyderabad, India. India has a huge market for teachers, and Christian teachers […]

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A Job Well Done

Foreword by Júlia Tóth, Budapest Ministry Team  What a joy to give and to receive! We were blessed both ways during the intense time of the one-week construction project. But before construction, destruction had to happen in our building that was built in 1897! This is a special building: it serves both as the Ministry Center […]

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Our Mission: Cross Cultural Witness in a Global World

This article is one of three written by Delia Nüesch-Olver focusing on our mission. Click here to read “Our Mission: Reach the City” Click here to read “Our Mission: Witnessing Together” by Delia Nüesch-Olver To fully participate in God’s plan and advance the Great Commission, we need to reach the vast, growing, and influential cities […]

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Freedom Summit July 10-11, 2015

Human trafficking is a symptom of a much bigger problem: our communities are broken. Therefore, while we must serve with compassion at the margins, we also need to work to re-create community. The Freedom Summit is a gathering that focuses on community, hope and healing – not action, but community-based action. An engaged discipleship. Join […]

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Transformed Life: Philippines

by Christine Sauder 2 Timothy 4:1b-2a, “I give you this charge: Preach the word; be prepared in season …” Eden Collantes, now 18 years old, is the youngest of nine children. She grew up in a neighborhood called Smokey Mountain Village in Butuan City, Philippines. One might picture Smokey Mountain Village to be a beautiful […]

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Overcoming Poverty and War

by Dr. Norman Wetterau Affiliate Partner: CAHO In the early 1960s, Free Methodist missionaries were invited to help the fledgling FMC in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) establish schools and medical work. In the past 40 years, Nundu Deaconess Hospital, several other small hospitals and more than 30 outlying clinics have provided medical services […]

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Moon-Shot Thinking in Asia

by Eric Spangler, Asia Area Director A good friend of mine sent me a web link last year to a YouTube video called “Moonshot Thinking.” If you watch it, you might find yourself thinking quite differently with me about ministry. Most companies strategize about how to take their organizations to the next level. Moonshot thinking says, “What can […]

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Generosity in Haiti

by Rick Ireland, Paul Olver and Becky Crouse The Puit Blain Free Methodist Church in the capital city of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, breaks all the stereotypes. This fast-growing congregation recently held 40 days of revival meetings, with services every day, morning and evening. Approximately 600 attendees crowded an unfinished ground level sanctuary with at least 200 more […]

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New Spiritual Home

by Júlia Tóth, Budapest, Hungary shared by Szilvia Sz, November 2014 The story started three months ago when I finally decided to visit the church on Villanyi Street, Budapest. One day as I was surfing the web, a page opened up. I looked at it really briefly, and I had the impression that this must […]

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Three Avenues – Part 3

Domestic Cross-Cultural by Bishop David Roller In the opening article of this series, I affirmed the need for pioneer missionaries to reach people groups in more than 140 countries where the Free Methodist Church are not active, desperately need Jesus. In the second article, I affirmed that FM World Missions should also send missionaries to […]

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Three Avenues – Part 2

Free Methodist World Missions’ Tasks by Bishop David Roller (Second of a three-part series) We have recognized seismic shifts in the Free Methodist world that must change our missionary methods and strategies. The fact that the Free Methodist Church outside of the USA comprises 13/14ths of the worldwide membership opens up opportunities that were nonexistent […]

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Three Avenues

Free Methodist World Missions’ Tasks by Bishop David Roller (First of a three-part series) The mission of Free Methodist World Missions (FMWM) used to be clear and simple: send missionaries where the gospel has not reached. Enough of those missionaries did ministry well; Jesus transformed so many lives overseas; and international leaders led so well […]

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Phyllis Sortor Safely Released

We thank God Phyllis Sortor, Free Methodist missionary to Nigeria, was safely released today, Friday, March 6, early evening Nigeria time, into the care of authorities and Free Methodist Church leaders. She had been abducted February 23. We are deeply grateful to all who prayed for Phyllis’ safe return. Phyllis, age 71, has devoted many […]

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