FreeMo Journals [Complete Series of 9]


Since the 2015 General Conference, Free Methodist Church – USA has been providing resources around each of the nine strategies from our bishops. Those have been presented in our FreeMo Journals, each of which is a 13-week study as small-group or Sunday School curriculum. These books are released quarterly and written by Free Methodist pastors and leaders. Add this item to your cart now to receive the FreeMo Journals at your church or home!

This item is for the complete first series of the 9 Strategies as laid out by the FMCUSA Board of Bishops. The first series will conclude in September 2017. You will receive the 9 books once they are completed in a bulk package.

Embrace All
Disciple Deeply
Cultivate Health
Develop Leaders
Multiply Ministries
Go Global
Honor Fruitfulness
Engage Urban
Partner Strong

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