Sister Aimee: Scandalous?

  • Sister Aimee used media and the cutting-edge technology of her day to carry her message across the globe. With that kind of reach, many of the details of her life story remain with us today. Read about Sister Aimee, listen to her sermons, view photographs and more.

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Meet the Real Aimee

  • Enjoy articles written by and about Sister Aimee and her work in an era when tremendous forces were changing the face of the globe. These historical insights paint a clearer picture of what it was like to be an early part of the movement Sister Aimee started.

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Aimee's Legacy Today

  • Sister Aimee captivated thousands with her dynamic personality and powerful message of hope. Communities around the world are challenged and changed today because of the work she started so many years ago. Learn more about Sister Aimee's lasting legacy.

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Aimee's Legacy Today

  • Stay updated on how the life and legacy of Aimee Semple McPherson is still making an impact today.
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The Foursquare Perspective

Foursquare Perspective.   A Fresh Look.

Whether you are looking for a word of inspiration from Foursquare leaders, or some helpful advice, you've come to the right place.

Central Office Updates

Important Reimagine Discussions at Connection 2014

By Glenn Burris Jr. | 5 Comments

At Foursquare Connection 2014, fast approaching in May, we will be unpacking Five Stakes, or Five Points of Alignment, to help us as a movement better fulfill the Great Commission. President Glenn Burris Jr. encourages leaders to attend this year’s convention to be a part of these crucial discussions or watch the sessions online.

 

Devotionals

Growing Deep Roots

By Whitney Lewellyn

When we are rooted and grounded in love, our perspective becomes God’s perspective, shares church-planter Whitney Lewellyn. As we seek to multiply our churches, we should focus first on growing deep roots where God has placed us, she says.

 

Your Questions

When Bosses Are Bad

By Dennis Easter

One reader asks: “I know the Bible teaches we are to respect those in authority over us, but my boss is one of the most difficult people I have ever met. She is dictatorial and sometimes even verbally abusive. The stress is filtering into my home life. Where do I draw the line between being submissive and confronting what I see as unacceptable behavior?”