Prior to the founding of the Free Methodist Church, B.T. Roberts began a periodical called The Earnest Christian. He and others wrote about the principles and values that led to the formation of the church. For the next 50 years, The Earnest Christian continued to challenge members on how they lived their faith. As we [...]
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Movements catch on because anyone can be involved — both professional and lay members are valued equally. This empowerment is what takes passion viral. In the years following the founding of the Free Methodist Church this spirit of empowerment for all people quickly took our movement across the country and around the world. Today the [...]
The Gospel of Jesus Christ is as valid is San Paulo, Brazil and Mumbai, India as it is in Chicago and Seattle. As the Free Methodist Church we have it in our DNA to take the good news of the kingdom around the world going to those who can’t come to us the poor, disenfranchised, [...]
150 Years of the Free Methodist Church, Inquire from Light & Life Communications on Vimeo. As GC11 approaches, we take a closer look at our rich history in education with this second in a series of sesquicentennial videos. Featuring clips from leaders of FM colleges and universities as well as the Board of Bishops, it [...]
The Free Methodist Church began in 1860 with the idea that church should be free and open to everyone. They took a stand against the common practice of renting pews. They took a stand against slavery. They called themselves Free Methodists. What does the word “free” mean to the movement called the Free Methodist Church [...]
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