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.


Knowing Your Limits—And Living Beyond Them

By Cere Muscarella

While self-care and knowing your limitations are important, allowing in distractions can hurt your personal ministry. Ordained Minister Cere Muscarella encourages church leaders to allow the Holy Spirit to help them break free and live beyond human limits.



Radical Reconcilers

By Efrem Smith | 4 Comments

In our zeal to be connectors to God through Christ, we have many times neglected the reconciling work of connecting divided people to one another in righteous relationship. In these divided times, that necessary ministry of reconciliation must not be overlooked, shares World Impact President and CEO Efrem Smith.



Commissioned Work

By Jonathan Hall | 2 Comments

It’s easy to miss, or feel uninspired by, the beauty in the details of our busy lives. Passages from Exodus show us the Lord delights in the smallest details in our offerings, shares Ordained Minister and FMI Coordinator Jonathan Hall, and we should inspire others to create in His name.



Burdens That Empower

By Harriet Mouer | 9 Comments

Sometimes burdens bring a gift in the form of a fresh vision for ministry. Foursquare Ordained Minister Harriet Mouer pulls inspiration from poet Robert Frost on how we should view our burdens.



Knowing vs. Feeling

By George O. Wood | 2 Comments

One of the ultimate examples of faith in action from Scripture is the account of Paul and Silas in jail. Assemblies of God General Superintendent George O. Wood shares how our own faith springs from truly knowing God is in control, just as Paul and Silas did.

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