Who Are Free Methodists Today? (10-Pack)


“Free Methodists seek the power of the Holy Spirit to visit our churches and communities, igniting a Spirit-Fueled Movement in our day. We desire to see the wounded healed, the broken-hearted encouraged, the lame walk, the dead be brought back to life, the darkness overcome with the light of Christ, and the Kingdom of God advance. Movements like this can only happen when the power of the Holy Spirit is unleashed through people who surrender themselves entirely to the Lord and His service. We are a people who hunger for igniting a Spirit-fueled movement in our day.”

This 10-pack of brochures is designed to provide an introduction to who Free Methodists are today, including QR codes linking to related digital resources for people wanting to learn more.

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