IMG_20150926_161701.jpgThe Christian Family Movement (CFM) helps establish and support small discipleship groups for couples and families. CFM discussion guides bring topics that families deal with every day into a Christian, faith-based discussion. Discipleship is accomplished through teaching one to use the methodology of observe, judge, act in their daily lives - observing the situations around us, judging them in the light of Christ’s teaching and acting to make a difference. CFM is a life-changing ministry for families of all shapes, sizes and stages. #CFMACT

Featured Bonus Programs:
Create or Sign in to your Member Account and go to Download Books for these timely topics for small groups.

Cover_Design_Walking_Together.jpgWalking Together: Brothers and Sisters Responding to Racism -Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s death. Three meetings to observe, judge, and act for positive change in society. Three sessions.

Called to Justice
- Practical actions for citizens of today’s society, guided by the US Catholic Bishops’ Pastoral Reflection, Everyday Christianity: To Hunger and Thirst for Justice. Six sessions.

Justice for Immigrants
- Consider our Christian response to immigration and refugee crisis, using the Joint US and Mexico Bishops' Pastoral Reflection, Strangers No Longer. One meeting.

SUPPORT OUR MISSION: Each group member should consider making a donation to CFM when using these bonus materials. Thank you!

Cardijn_color.jpgLay Movements as Structures of Grace:
The Legacy of Cardinal Joseph Cardijn, the See-Judge-Act Method, and Catholic Action in the Americas

July 6-8, 2018 at Mount St. Joseph College, Cincinnati, OH -  Flyer

The Christian Family Movement is proud to be a sponsor at this scholarly conference focusing on the life and work of the church leader who inspired our formation as a movement. Read more about the history of CFM here. * Registration for the conference and more information: https://lay-movements-structures-grace.blogspot.com.au 

Complete Discipleship Program from CFM

Begin with an Introduction to CFM in For Happier Families. Next, start a 3-year series to explore how we live our faith and become missionary disciples of Jesus Christ at home, in our families, and in the Church and society. Titles in the series, which can be used in any order or in combination with other CFM digital materials (click the link for the Table of Contents):

Learn more about the Christian Family Movement's Discipleship Series and more program materials -topics for groups of any age and stage of life!


The Christian Family Movement is a member of the 
International Confederation of Christian Family Movements 

See the latest news of CFM around the world in the 2017 edition of LINK/LAZO newsletter.