Living free together is Community
The heart behind Living Free Together is community.
We do that through:
Suzie hosts live teaching broadcasts, online studies and 21-day adventures (bite-sized teachings to help women grow in their faith). In addition, there are webcasts, advocacy projects, and online ministry events.
Living Free Together also connects with women through a ministry Facebook page reaching nearly 18k women daily.
We love our blog community. It’s comprised of women just like you who gather around the table to talk about faith.
We provide resources to help women live free.
This includes books such as Come With Me Devotional: A Yearlong Adventure in Following Jesus, Come With Me DVD study videos, Come With Me: Discovering the Beauty of Following Where He Leads, The Unburdened Heart, The Mended Heart, and others.
It also includes Ebooks, such as Come With Me: 31 Days of Prayer for the Journey.
To facilitate the study of those resources, we share online teaching videos, and items such as free downloadable journals and prayer books.
Meet the Community Leadership Team
The Community Team is filled with dreamers, prayer warriors, and women with vision. They are constantly brainstorming and praying about how to do this well. They have Jesus as their focus, and community as their heartbeat.
Crystal is a creative. She’s artistic and funny, and relational. She is Suzie’s assistant, yet so much more. A friend. A faith-filled warrior. She can pull together an event and make it beautiful, but also cover it with prayer.
Crystal is a force in the Living Free Together support team. We don’t know what we’d do without her, and don’t want to find out.
Jodie is a doer. She shepherds and loves people well. She has more energy than any human being I know, and we love her for it.
Jodie is fun and honest, and when you meet her you want to be her friend. She is a natural leader and a beautiful reflection of faith in action.
Tina once desired to know how to live free. Once she discovered what that meant, she ran after it.
She loves community and says, “I love being part of anything shines a light on Jesus and spreads his love to the world.” She is an encourager and spills the love of Jesus.
Patti believes that community means accountability. With
authenticity, we share without masks. Strongholds get exposed and broken. We redirect our gazes off of our circumstances and point one another back to God. And when we forget who God is, we speak gentle reminders of his character and past faithfulness.
She is authentic and caring. I think you’ll love her. We do.