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“Change is the end result of all true learning?” (Leo Buscaglia) However, exchanging hurt for hope is sometimes scary. The course of action may seem painful but the outcome means there is a great exchange. That’s where the concept of focused training comes in. Often training is paired with coaching so the individual can apply the truth of God’s word with an experienced encourager. It can be a process to trust God enough to let go of our own emotional, relational and physical brokenness. Imagine the independence we’ll experience when we trade our bondage for spiritual breakthrough. It’s only possible to move from captivity to freedom when we choose to believe God and take Him at His Word.

As we dedicate ourselves to find out what God thinks, God helps us untangle the knots of deception so we can intentionally walk in our identity in Christ. The result will be transformation into the best version of ourselves we can be. And this complete makeover is what gives God glory.

“Then you will know the truth and the truth will set you free.” John 8:32

Become an Encourager

For years, God’s people have been encouraged and strengthened by the books and teaching
conferences www.FICM.org has produced and conducted. And many have learned how to minister freedom to others through our “encourager training.” But the most common heart cry of people over the years has been, “How do I get this started back home?” Now FICM-USA has the tools and training needed to answer that question!

A Community Freedom Ministry (CFM) is a teaching environment of grace and truth, started by an individual, couple or group of individuals under church authority seeking to establish and coordinate a “freedom presence” in their home church or hometown.

This “freedom presence” involves teaching the biblical message of freedom (as taught in Dr. Neil Anderson’s books); taking people through The Steps to Freedom in Christ and; training individuals to use The Steps to Freedom in Christ.

FICM has always been committed to teaching the message of freedom, taking people through The Steps to Freedom in Christ and training individuals to use the “Steps” in their personal ministries. That has never changed. What has changed and is new (since 2010) is the vehicle by which people across the nation can be trained to not only help individuals find freedom, but also start and grow a healthy, viable freedom ministry in their home church or hometown. For more, visit FICM.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]