Launching FreedomStream - all FIC's filmed resources now available online

10 Jan 2018

FreedomStream: all of FIC's filmed resources available online for one low subscription

We're delighted to announce that FreedomStream is now live! For one monthly (or annual) subscription depending on your church-size, you can now get unlimited access all of our small-group discipleship courses, and two of our keynote training events.

It means that you won't have to buy multiple DVD sets if you have more than one group running, that people can "catch-up online" if they miss a session and that you will be able to browse all our current, and future, material.

Subscriptions start from £15 per month for churches of up to 100 regularly attending, and scale up to churches with over 2,500 people. Annual subscriptions give you 2 months free, and there is also the chance to sign up for a 2 week trial so you can check if it's right for you. It's easy to cancel any time, either by logging in to you FICM account, or through PayPal.

To sign up or find out more - click here!

FreedomStream includes:

  • The brand new (2017 edition) Freedom In Christ Course - a 10 week discipleship course presented by Steve Goss, Nancy Maldonado and Daryl Fitzgerald.
  • The Steps To Freedom In Christ - have your Steps Away Day lead by Neil Anderson and Steve Goss
  • disciple - the FIC message for 18-30s - a 10 week course presented by Jess Regnart, David Edwards and Rob Peabody.
  • Youth FIC - the FIC message for young people in a 13-week course for 11-14s and 15-18s.
  • The Grace Course -  a 6 week course that will help you experience God's grace in a real, life-chaning way.
  • Freed To Lead - a 10-session course to ensure you are a fruitful, identity-based leader
  • Making Fruitful Disciples - our flagship training event laying out the 5 foundational principles that underpin the Freedom In Christ appraoch to discipleship
  • Helping Others Find Freedom In Christ -  a 6 session training DVD to help you gain confidence in using the Steps to Freedom as a ministry tool

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