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Giving, Going Forward

Dear Friend of FICM-USA,

Here at FICM, we are super-excited about the vision the Lord has given us. We state it this way:

"Every believer living free and fruitful in Christ"

That vision is far beyond what any person or organization can do alone. We absolutely need God and desperately need the body of Christ to come together to make this dream come true.

We have no doubt that this vision is God's heart for his Church, and we are in this for the long haul. For this vision to be fulfilled, the body of Christ has to see discipleship differently from the way it has been viewing it.

Every believer, every true follower of Christ, must come to understand his or her identity, position, authority and freedom in order to live free and fruitful in Christ. Our "freedom in Christ" is indeed the missing bridge of discipleship that enables a Christian to move from "salvation in Christ" to "maturity in Christ." People simply cannot grow if they are not free.

As we finish up our 30th year serving the Lord Jesus and His body, would you prayerfully consider investing in this great vision for 2019?

Any amount you are able to donate to FICM is greatly appreciated, and is tax deductible. We are wholeheartedly committed to upholding the strong standards of stewardship required as longstanding members of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA).

Here are some strategic areas that, if funded, will help catapult us forward in our work in Christ to see this ministry vision fulfilled:


Growth & Expansion – to expand FICM-USA to all 50 states and major urban areas that are dying without freedom; to greatly increase our exposure to the Church in America through social media; to provide staffing at our headquarters to support this growth: $40,000

Leadership Development – to enable and empower our FICM-USA president to travel and personally impart vision as well as develop, encourage and strengthen national and regional leadership in all 7 regions; to help fund numerous training events for leadership development: $35,000

Prayer & Care – to facilitate growth of new Cohort (for CFM University students) and Mentoring (for new CFMAs) strategies to care for and strengthen our "troops in the trenches"; to provide needed times of refreshment and rejuvenation for our staff and volunteers; to implement new prayer initiatives in all 7 regions: $45,000

Finding Elizabeth Project – This project is Bible-centered and empirically-based. It unites a proven recovery process with the redemptive gospel of Jesus Christ. Our goal is to see victims' thought patterns and memories transformed through God's truth and the identity He gives us as His children. We want to place (for free) 100 Human Trafficking Recovery Kits in 100 safe houses, shelters, and recovery centers. These kits are being developed by Chris Campbell, our young adult specialist and licensed professional counselor: $40,000

We are so grateful to the Lord for your partnership with us as...together...we seek to equip the Church so that every believer is living free and fruitful in Christ.

Thank you so very much for your partnership with us and the Lord!

"Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come. All this is from God, who through Christ reconciled us to himself and gave us the ministry of reconciliation."
— 2 Corinthians 5:17,18

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ECFA's Seven Standards of Responsible Stewardship™, drawn from Scripture, are fundamental to operating with integrity. Accountability to God is vital, but people form their impressions of both people and organizations by looking at the outward appearances (1 Samuel 16:7).

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