Cross-Cultural Collaboration

ethnicity, united in Christ and commissioned to carry out His work in the world.
Today we celebrate the beauty of a multicultural and multiethnic church both in
the U.S. and in over 100 countries around the world. In the U.S., we cling to the
promise that we have been made one in Christ even as we dedicate ourselves to
becoming a more diverse church that looks like the kingdom of God. Globally, we
continue to send missionaries to other nations even as we rejoice that the nations
are increasingly coming to us. Freely sharing our own gifts and resources, we are
also challenged and inspired by the faithfulness, perseverance, ceaseless prayer,
theological insights, and spiritual wisdom of our international brothers and sisters.
Without question, we are better together.
The Free Methodist Way aspires to move beyond colonialism and ethnocentrism in
favor of a collaborative partnership in God's global work in anticipation of the day
when a great multitude from every tongue, tribe, people and language makes up the
eternal throng before the throne of God (Revelation 7:9).

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Introducing the Free Methodist Way

Free Methodists are first and foremost a Kingdom people. Yet throughout church history God has raised up distinct movements like ours to enrich the larger body of Christ. Building on the legacies of John Wesley and B.T. Roberts, but always discerning where God is moving today, our identity is shaped by values that are both historical and aspirational. Of the many values we hold dear, these five lie at the heart of our movement. We view them as a whole, each one bringing necessary balance to the others. In a time of rising polarization in our nation, we resist the pull toward both fundamentalism and theological liberalism — not out of a spirit of compromise, but from a radical commitment to what Wesley called “the middle way.” It is a path that takes the whole gospel seriously and continually calls us to “both/and” convictions in an “either/or” world. We call it The Free Methodist Way Follow the links below to learn more about Valley Chapel

Life-Giving Holiness

GOD'S CALL TO HOLINESS was never meant to be a burden, but a gift that liberates us for life that is truly life by delivering us from the destructive power of sin. All who are born again are made right with God by the finished work of Jesus Christ and called to experience the fullness of the indwelling presence of the Holy Spirit. Forgiven and filled, we approach life with confidence that we are acceptable to God even as He continues to transform our character and behavior to become more and more like Jesus. Life-giving holiness, then, is the fruit of full surrender to the loving reign of God over every aspect of our lives, establishing within us love that is truly love. Leaving behind the legalism that once hindered our movement, The Free Methodist Way invites every believer to embrace the transforming work of the Holy Spirit that empowers us to love and serve God and others in joyful obedience. Follow the links below to learn more about Valley Chapel

Love-Driven Justice

LOVE IS THE WAY WE DEMONSTRATE GOD'S HEART FOR JUSTICE by valuing the image of God in all men, women, and children, acting with compassion toward the oppressed, resisting oppression, and stewarding Creation. We devote ourselves to our founders deep convictions around matters of injustice as they took their stand against the evils of slavery, the oppression of the poor, the marginalization of women, and the abuse of power in the church. Our heart for justice continues and expands today, fueled by God's holy love for the unborn, the vulnerable, oppressed, marginalized, and people of all races and ethnicities. The Free Methodist Way is not only to realize a better society, but that all may be reconciled to God and one another in ways that reflect God's just character. Follow the links below to learn more about Valley Chapel