- Faith Ministries and Publications
- Faith Assembly
- YesterYear in Print (Kosciusko County Indiana)
- Hobart Freeman: Mystic, Monk or Minister by John J. Davis, Times-Union Warsaw, Indiana 1983.
- Faith Assembly: Haven of Rest or House of Fear? by John J. Davis, Times-Union Warsaw, Indiana 1983.
- Inspiration For Living or Invitation To Death? by John J. Davis, Times-Union Warsaw, Indiana 1983.
- Faith Assembly: A Look Into The Future by John J. Davis, Times-Union Warsaw, Indiana 1983.
- Feedback regarding Dr. Freeman and Faith Assembly
- Freeman, Hobart E., p316 in Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements, edited by Stanley M Burgess, Gary B McGee and Patrick H Alexander, Zondervan, Grand Rapids, Michigan 1988
- A Different Gospel - A Historical and Biblical Analysis of the Modern Faith Movement by Daniel Ray McConnell, Hendrickson Publishers, Peabody, Massachusetts 1988
- The Health and Wealth Gospel by Bruce Barron, Inter-Varsity Press, Downers Grove, Illinois 1987
- Never Far From Home by Cindy Barnett, Selah Publishing Group, Surprise, Arizona 2005
- The Doctrine of Substitution in the Old Testament by Hobart Edward Freeman, Th.D. Thesis, Grace Theological Seminary, Winona Lake IN, 1961
- Charismatic Chaos by John F. MacArthur, Zondervan, Grand Rapids, Michigan 1992, pp237–238
- Epidemiologic Notes and Reports Perinatal and Maternal Mortality in a Religious Group -- Indiana by Anon, Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (1 June 1984), 33(21):297-298.
- Children of FA - Facebook Group, accessed 2 Feb 2008.
- The Faith Assembly: A Study of Perinatal and Maternal Mortality by C. Spence, T.S. Danielson & A.M. Kaunitz, Indiana Medicine - J Indiana State Med Assoc (1984), 77:180-183.
- Maternal Mortality in Indiana: A Report of Maternal Deaths in 1979 by W.D. Ragan, Indiana Medicine - J Indiana State Med Assoc (1981), 74:565.
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