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               You have found the website of the Missionary Church in Freeman, SD. Thanks for visiting.

             We have had the joy of serving in Freeman, and the surrounding community, for over 50

             years. In fact, in Sept. of 2019, we celebrated our 50th anniversary. For more go to the

            'celebrating 50 years' page, or click right here

             Here at the Missionary Church we celebrate the love of God and new life in Christ through worship and praise;                      we cultivate personal growth in Jesus Christ through  preaching, teaching, and study; we care about one another                  in Jesus Christ through demonstrations of genuine concern and sharing of ourselves with one another; we 
             communicate Jesus Christ to the world through one on one relationships, community outreach ministries, and                      world missions.

             This is an exciting place to be. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, whether early on in investigating God,                 a long time follower of Jesus, or anywhere in between we would love to have you be a part of our church family!

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“For you were once darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Walk as children of light.” Ephesians 5:8 What a powerful verse! It describes what happens when we put our trust in Christ. We once were in darkness, but Jesus comes in and shines His light into our lives and we are forever changed. That is the good news we have the privilege of sharing with family, friends, and coworkers. These early conversations with those still in darkness are the beginning of the discipleship relationship. Then the question comes, “Does my walk match my message?” This month we focus on “Purity of Heart — Holiness.” It is exciting to see churches become less and less satisfied with the status quo and more and more committed to equipping people to become disciples of Jesus. One of the characteristics of disciples is that they “Walk as children of light” or as John stated it, “He who says he abides in Him ought himself also to walk just as He (Jesus) walked” (1 John 2:6). Walking as children of light or walking as Jesus walked is not just about doing what Jesus did but about becoming more and more like Jesus — having our hearts purified by the Holy Spirit. While it is important that we seek better ways to engage pre-Christians in conversation and building relationships, it is equally important that we give attention to the condition of our heart to seek to be more like Jesus.


We are changing the format this year. Instead of a daily scripture and prayer, we want to focus on a different region of the Missionary Church each week and a different department at Bethel University. We also want to challenge everyone to look at the theme of the month and ask each week what the Lord wants to say to us.


click here to open the February Prayer Guide

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