Information about the AFLC


Find information that gives an overview of the AFLC's purpose and mission. If you would prefer to receive a physical copy of these files you can contact the AFLC Offices at 763-545-5631 or fill out the Contact Form.

Roots of Freedom

Roots of Freedom, a 20-page booklet with information regarding the organization of the Lutheran Free Church. Includes history, principles, and ministries of the AFLC with discussion questions. It is appropriate for use with youth and adults as an introduction to the AFLC. Additional copies may be ordered through Ambassador Publications.

Standing Fast in Freedom

Standing Fast in Freedom, a 27-page booklet includes sections regarding the History, Structure & Organization, Declaration of Faith, What is the AFLC , Fundamental Principles & Rules for Work, of the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations; (updated version printed in 2011).

God's Word and Our Witness

A study on homosexuality - God’s Word and Our Witness, a 40-page booklet on Faculty essays from the Theological Seminary and Bible School of the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations. Prepared in 1989 it stands on the Word of God in conviction and compassion with five parts of study from the Old Testament to the New Testament. Copies may be ordered through the AFLC.

The Lutheran Ambassador

A monthly ​publication by the AFLC with timely information, articles and news of the AFLC - order by calling 763-545-5631

What is the AFLC all about?

What is the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations? Originally published under the title of “What is the Lutheran Free Church?” Includes six paragraphs each beginning with "The Association of Free Lutheran Congregations is".

A Study on the Ordination of Women

“A Scriptural and Confessional Study on the Ordination of Women.” Shows God’s establishment for leadership in human order and the church.

Marriage Family & Sanctity of Life

Conference Resolutions from the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations, past Annual Conferences dealing with Marriage, Family and Sanctity of Life.

Welcome to Biblical Lutheranism

Explains the AFLC’s stand on what “We Still Believe” such as the Bible is the inspired and inerrant Word of God; Jesus Christ is the only way of salvation and more.

Information about the AFLC