2023 Libro de disciplina (en rústica con libro electrónico) // Spanish Book of Discipline (Softcover with PDF)

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El Libro de Disciplina presenta la historia, las raíces teológicas y la misión global contemporánea de la Iglesia Metodista Libre de EE. UU. Es nuestro manual eclesiástico y organizacional que contiene la constitución común de la Iglesia Metodista Libre global, y es una expresión contemporánea de cómo la FMCUSA se organiza para un ministerio efectivo bajo el Espíritu Santo.

Se publica cada cuatro años después de la Conferencia General, que aprueba resoluciones que se incluyen en el Libro de Disciplina. La Disciplina de 2023 seguirá enmarcando nuestra organización hasta su próxima revisión en 2027.

El Libro de Disciplina de la Iglesia Metodista Libre es un recurso esencial para pastores, delegados, candidatos ministeriales y líderes de conferencias.

Se incluye un libro electrónico en PDF que se puede descargar después del pago.

ISBN

978-0-89367-502-8

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