The Freedom In Christ Discipleship Course is a proven and effective way for churches to help Christians become fruitful disciples. It's been used by around 200,000 people in the UK.These are starting soon, with two similar sessions Weds afternoon starting at 1pm and a Thursday Evening starting at 8pm
Part A—Key truths
Weds 30th Sept & Thurs 1st Oct—Where did I come from?
7th and 8th October—Who am I now?
14th and 15th October—Choosing to believe the truth.
Part B - The World, The Flesh and The Devil
4th and 5th November - The world's view of truth
11th and 12th November - Our daily choice
25th and 26th November - Demolishing strongholds
2nd and3rd December - The battle for our minds
Part C -Breaking the Hold of the Past
6th and 7th January - Handling emotions well
13th and 14th January - Forgiving from the heart
Part D - Growing as Disciples
27th and 28th January - Walking in freedom every day
3rd and 4th February - Relating to others
10th and 11th February - Where are you heading?
24th and 25th February - Staying on the right path
"It has been a joy to watch the amazing transformation in people's lives week by week. We have seen more transformations in three years of running the course than in many years previously. It is an excellent follow-on to Alpha."
"The FIC course has given us a framework that has allowed people to examine their history and lifestyle without fear and humiliation and provide a way for them to walk from the shadows into the certainty of their new life in Christ."
Graham Marsh, Kings Church Eastbourne (New Frontiers)
"We have found the Freedom in Christ course to be invaluable for our church community. We introduced FIC two years ago with our pastors and leaders. Since then we’ve had well over 400 people go through FIC with amazing testimonies of healing & freedom impacting people’s lives. Freedom in Christ will continue to be a major part of Bayside Church’s Pathway of Discipleship. We highly recommend this course.”
"It has been a great blessing to find a course that combines spiritual development with a powerful healing dynamic and that is equally suited for use in contexts that range from an area of high social deprivation to the more affluent estates."
Canon Steve S Morgan, Christ Church, Merthyr Tydfil