Monthly Archives: March 2010

The theme for the 2010 Living Free International Training Conference is Breaking Down the Walls. Our speakers this year will focus on breaking down the walls that divide us.Through the word of God, the Spirit of God, and the people … Continue reading

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Before and after the Ruth Graham and Friends conference that Grace Fellowship Church in Latham, New York, hosted in February, Pastor Rex Keener preached a series of six sermons entitled Living Free. These sermons are available on the church’s website … Continue reading

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I’d like to think that in 20 years we’ve heard all the different variations on the theme of transformation through Christ, but I was amazed at the uniformity of the transformations people were experiencing. It didn’t make any difference who … Continue reading

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A new curriculum from Living Free, Where is the Image of God in You? Expressing Character Traits in Godly Ways, is now available. The author is Brad Rymer, who is actively involved in leading Living Free groups and serves on … Continue reading

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Florida Integrity Training (FIT) is an extremely effective ministry in prisons across the state of Florida. The FIT newsletter for March 2010 gives a report of the ministry’s activity in the Okaloosa Correctional Institution in North Florida. If you are … Continue reading

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Report from Scott Count Lifeline Connection Scott County Lifeline Connection launched its community ministry in the spring of 2008 with a handful of faithful volunteers. Throughout the remainder of our first year we had 46 people register for our small … Continue reading

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We at Living Free are pleased to be associated with the ministry Ruth Graham and Friends. Many churches have been strengthened by her ministry, and we recommend her to churches who offer or are planning to offer Living Free groups. … Continue reading

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