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The mission of the Free Grace Alliance is to connect, encourage  and equip  the body of Christ to advance the grace message throughout the world.
We hope that you will join us in this effort. As you read through this website we hope you will find resources that can help you promote, and implement strategies to advance Free Grace truths





New Resource!

Bewitched-The Rise of  Neo-Galatianism by
 Dave Anderson

On this 10th Anniversary of the
FGA, it would be helpful to clarify who we are and where we fit in the Free Grace Movement, especially in light of recent and familiar criticisms. There are recurring myths,misinformation  and misconceptions about the Free Grace
Movement (FGM) as well as the Free Grace Alliance's (FGA) origins, purpose, practice, and theology.  Why was the FGA started? Where does FGA fit in the FGM? Charlie Bing gave this review of our history at the 2104 National Conference. Click Here to Read the Article






Did you know... the regional FGA conference in Eugene, Oregon, faced difficulties because of snow and ice? It did - but not because of weather in Oregon. Instead, both speakers (Charlie Bing and Roger Fankhauser) had to book different flights due to winter weather in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area. In fact, Roger could not get into Eugene until midnight Friday for a Saturday morning conference!


Why do we have regional conferences in addition to the national conference? It's simple! The mission of the Free Grace Alliance is to connect, encourage and equip the body of Christ to advance the grace message throughout the world. Regionals provide an opportunity to widen our audience, to connect with many who we might not otherwise connect with. And that is exactly what happened in Eugene!

The conference itself went very well. Forty-seven attended, most of who knew little about the Free Grace Alliance. Pastor Steve Hill and his team did a great job organizing the event (thanks, Steve and friends!). The topics included "Moved by Grace" (Grace in Romans 7-11), "A-Truth, B-Truth," (distinguishing salvation [justification] verses from discipleship [sanctification] verses), the four definitions of salvation, and "Living in Modern Day Corinth," (a test case for sin and grace). We had good teaching (said from a completely unbiased point of view), great food, and great fellowship. We (the FGA) have a few new members, we have many new friends, and we encouraged people with the clarity of the simple message of salvation by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone.

Interested in hosting a regional in your area? It's relatively simple. We have written procedures to help you know what to do and when to do it. For more information, contact Charlie Bing (


In His Grace,                                                                                        

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President, Free Grace Alliance

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