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Greenville Offers Next Justice Ministry Pilgrimage Course

Following the success of May’s travel-based Justice Ministry course, Greenville University’s School of Adult Studies and Andrews Chair for Christian Unity announce a second course, “Justice Ministry: Immigration, Exploitation, and Kingdom Economics” from May 15 to 21, 2019. Renowned Christian leader Lisa Sharon Harper will again lead the experience.

This course on immigration is part of a series centered on effective ministry offered through … Read more...

In Celebration of Life

As a reminder to all people who call themselves Free Methodists, we celebrate and recognize the sanctity of life and worth of all persons. Freedom Sunday is fast approaching on September 30, and we urge everyone to support efforts such as those led by the Set Free Movement. We must work aggressively to end slavery and everything that degrades people.

Similarly,  all persons, whether slave … Read more...

Call and Response to Unite and Equip African-American Christians

BY ESAU MCCAULLEY

Sometime in 2016, J.R. Rozko, who directs the efforts of Missio Alliance, asked me if I was interested in doing a workshop at their upcoming conference in Alexandria, Virginia. I agreed and when he asked me what issue I wanted to address, I said that I wanted to talk about black Christians. Had the question been posed a year ago, my reply … Read more...

Free Methodists Stand Against Family Separation

The history of the Free Methodist Church is rooted in the biblical command to live in holy love. This love comes from God and is available to all. Receiving this love from our Lord gives us a renewed love for people who are marginalized, poor and disenfranchised. Our vision is to disciple every believer with the expectation that they would deliver the whole gospel to … Read more...

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Women Clergy Revive in the Rockies

More than 100 Free Methodists were among the 300 participants in the Wesleyan Holiness Women Clergy’s Revive conference April 12–15 at the YMCA of the Rockies in Estes Park, Colorado. The Free Methodist Church –USA had the largest denominational delegation at the conference, which the FMCUSA co-sponsored with the Brethren in Christ, Church of God (Anderson, Indiana), Church of the Nazarene, and the Wesleyan … Read more...