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Central Pacific District
Supervisor: Bill Chaney

575 E. Locust Ave STE 314
Fresno, CA 93720

P: 800-916-5686


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Central Pacific

Building a Global Family in a Small Town

By Rachel Chimits

It may be located in a small town, but the preschool that Foursquare Pastors Joni and Louie Locke started in 2006 is reaching families from 10 different nations. “It’s all about wanting to see children and their families know God, and know that they can hear His voice,” says Joni.

 
 

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Foursquare Churches Offer Help Amid Raging California Wildfires

By Andy Butcher

Amid the worst firestorms in California history, Foursquare pastors and members are opening their homes to evacuees, providing supplies to those forced to flee for their lives, and offering comfort to others who have lost everything. At least a dozen Foursquare families have lost their homes—but that isn’t stopping them from ministering to and helping the people around them.

 
 

Central Pacific

Wendy Nolasco Appointed As New MidSouth District Supervisor

By Andy Butcher

Ordained Foursquare Minister Wendy Nolasco has been appointed to serve as district supervisor of the MidSouth District, effective Jan. 1, 2018. She will succeed David Coffey, who is retiring after nearly nine years as district supervisor of the MidSouth District’s 117 churches and congregations.

 
 

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Gone to Be With the Lord Report (2017)

By Foursquare

An updated list of Foursquare credentialed ministers who have recently passed away

 
 

Central Pacific

The Healing Power of Prayer and Community: Anthony Hernandez

By Anthony Hernandez

Anthony Hernandez, a church member of Faith Center (Eureka Foursquare Church) in Eureka, Calif., recalls how a pastor invited him to share his very personal story of addiction and recovery. Scared at first, he soon discovered new freedom and a way to encourage others in the healing environment of prayer and community.

 
 
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