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Personal Freedom Outreach (PFO)

Personal Freedom Outreach (PFO) is an Evangelical Christian counter-cult ministry with a focus on aberrant movements and teachers within the Christian church - or those claiming to be.

On its website, PFO describes itself as

a non-profit, non-denominational group with three goals: to educate Christians about the dangers and heretical doctrines of religious cults, to use the Gospel of Jesus Christ to reach members of those cults and to warn Christians of unbiblical teachings within the church itself. [...]

PFO was founded to provide Christians with material to help them know why they believe what they believe. Only then can they fully defend their faith when confronted by a Jehovah’s Witness, Mormon or other cultist.

- Source: About Personal Freedom Outreachoffsite

Founded in 1975 by M. Kurt Goedelman, PFO is well-established and well-accepted within the community of Christian apologists and counter-cult ministers.

The organization sponsors a "biennial national conference on apologetics, worldviews, evangelism, biblical spirituality, disciplines, and discipleship with nationally known experts conducting multiple plenary sessions and workshops."



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This post was last updated: Mar. 1, 2012