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Missional Objectives

The three Missional Objectives were the result of months of Reimagine Foursquare meetings determining the most important collective missional focus. The board of directors determined the tithe invested in the local church should be used toward these objectives.

The Missional Objectives are as follows:

  • Leadership development
  • Church and congregation multiplication
  • Church transformation

Watch This

As your church receives funds to help fulfill the missional objectives, you may wonder how to spend it wisely. Watch an encouraging video with three district supervisors explaining some ideas on where best to invest this money.

 

Keep Up With the Missional Objectives

Hear from President Glenn Burris Jr., General Supervisor Tammy Dunahoo on why they are so excited to be sending money back to the field to help fund local missional objective efforts. Also read stories on how local churches are accomplishing missional objectives to get ideas on what you might be able to accomplish in your local church.

Read President Glenn Burris Jr.’s announcement regarding returning tithe money to the field.


More Missional Objective Updates + Stories

Tammy Dunahoo on Leadership Development

In an exclusive interview, General Supervisor Tammy Dunahoo shares how The Foursquare Church is pursuing leadership development, the first of our movement’s three Missional Objectives, and why it is crucial to fulfilling our mission.

 
 
 

The Mystery of Silence and Solitude

Leadership formation, one of Foursquare’s Missional Objectives, begins by listening to God and letting Him form our hearts. Larry Spousta candidly shares his personal experience of how God changed him when he learned to let go and trust God in a new way.

 
 
 

How Are Great Leaders Formed?

Becoming a great leader doesn’t just happen. With one of Foursquare’s Missional Objectives being leadership development, Central Pacific District Supervisor Ron Pinkston discusses three key principles that go into the making of an effective, godly leader.