Biblical Justice and Mercy MinistriesFree Methodists Humbly on Mission with God
To defend the injured should be regarded as a virtue, not as a crime; and whatever the meaning or the madness of persecution may inflict, we had far rather share it with the oppressed, than betray them to the clutches of a relentless tyranny.
Benjamin Titus Roberts
The Board of Bishops host FM leaders for a time of listening and learning regarding racism in the church. Watch the video and access quotes from the conversation.
The Board of Bishops host FM leaders for a second conversation regarding racism in the church. Watch the video and access quotes from the conversation.
Read “Racial Unity”
A Position Paper of the Free Methodist Church – USA
Read “Dignity and Worth of Persons”
Paragraph 3221 from the Book of Discipline of the Free Methodist Church – USA
Order “The Love Required of Us”
A Small-Group Discussion Guide to Racial Understanding and Reconciliation
LIGHT + LIFE MAGAZINE
If racial unity is to be realized in the world, it must first be realized and harmoniously portrayed in the people of God. Yet sadly, there is much to be done to align our hearts and minds in such a way to achieve such harmony. The multifaceted sin of racism must be put to death through the healing work of the Holy Spirit in those who call themselves Christian.
Our mission is to extol and deepen the Free Methodist Church’s historic commitment to oppose oppression and restore God’s wholeness to those who have been disenfranchised both in society and within the church.
Read “A Free Methodist Response to Racism Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic”
Authored by the Justice Network of the FMCUSA