2023 Livre de discipline (e-book) // French Book of Discipline (PDF only)


Le Livre de Discipline présente l’histoire, les racines théologiques et la mission mondiale contemporaine de l’Église Méthodiste Libre des États-Unis. Il s’agit de notre manuel ecclésiastique et organisationnel contenant la constitution commune de l’Église Méthodiste Libre mondiale, et est une expression contemporaine de la façon dont la FMCUSA s’organise pour un ministère efficace sous le Saint-Esprit.

Il est publié tous les quatre ans après la Conférence générale, qui adopte des résolutions incluses dans le Livre de discipline. La Discipline 2023 continuera d’encadrer notre organisation jusqu’à sa prochaine révision en 2027.

Le Livre de Discipline de l’Église Méthodiste Libre est une ressource essentielle pour les pasteurs, les délégués, les candidats ministériels et les dirigeants de conférence.

Cet achat concerne uniquement un livre électronique PDF.

Ce livre est écrit en français.

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The Book of Discipline presents the history, theological roots, and contemporary global mission of the Free Methodist Church USA. It is our ecclesiastical and organizational manual containing the common constitution of the global Free Methodist Church, and is a contemporary expression of how the FMCUSA organizes itself for effective ministry under the Holy Spirit.

It is published every four years following General Conference, which passes resolutions that are included in the Book of Discipline. The 2023 Discipline will continue to frame our organization until its next revision in 2027.

The Free Methodist Church’s Book of Discipline is an essential resource for Pastors, delegates, ministerial candidates and Conference Leaders.

This purchase is for a PDF e-Book only.

This book is written in French.


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