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Read stories about Foursquare leaders and the people they serve as well as historical Foursquare moments and real-life topics.

Features

Empowering the Next Generation to Fulfill God’s Mission

By Daniel Prieto

Our pastors and Hispanic parents should shoulder our responsibility to raise up our children, kids and youth as ministers and leaders of the kingdom of God, says Daniel Prieto, national Hispanic missional coach for The Foursquare Church. He offers practical suggestions for leading the next generation in our local churches.

 

Foursquare Legacy

Being Willing to Do Anything to Reach People for Christ

By Jack Anderson

Jack Anderson was only 12 when his missionary father made a radical decision to reach an indigenous tribe in Bolivia—he left Jack and his brother with the tribe to gain the chief’s trust as he went to get farming supplies so their family could help the dying tribe survive. Jack, who became a longtime Foursquare missionary, recalls how God used his family to reach the Siriono Indians.

 

Leadership Profiles

Building Leaders Who Reach Out: Nate Poetzl

By Rachel Chimits

Similar to hospitals that train medical residents, Nate Poetzl’s church trains ministry residents who will become catalytic leaders who plant churches. The goal of Faith Chapel in Billings, Mont., is to plant 71 churches in neighboring communities.

 

We Are Foursquare

Healing From Porn Addiction

By Andy Butcher

James Craft’s porn addiction almost killed his marriage and ministry. But now he and his wife, Teri, help other couples find the healing that they experienced after choosing to face their difficulties head-on. They encourage other leaders who are struggling to come out of the shadows and find wholeness in the light.