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The Healing Power of Prayer and Community: Anthony Hernandez

By Anthony Hernandez | 3 Comments

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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Why I Want to Bring My Church Under Foursquare

By Rachel Chimits

Bruce Grecco, a Foursquare-ordained minister of a nondenominational church in San Diego, Calif., shares why he connected his congregation with the Foursquare family, and why he wants to stay connected.

 
 

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Giving Up Independence to Join Foursquare: Patricio and Rosa Serrano

By Melisa Prieto

Why did Patricio and Rosa Serrano bring their independent congregation under Foursquare? It had a lot to do with feeling welcomed by those in the Foursquare family and receiving training from the Gateway District, as the couple shares in this interview.

 
 

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Kids Start Lemon+Aide Stand to Help Refugees

By Rachel Chimits | 1 Comment

Two Foursquare kids are serving up lemonade in their neighborhood so they can help refugees on the other side of the globe. Proceeds from their Lemon+Aide Stand go to Foursquare Disaster Relief to actively care for refugees’ physical and spiritual needs.

 
 

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Prophetic Prayer for Connection 2016: Sam Kapu

By Sam Kapu | 1 Comment

As the Foursquare family prepares for Connection 2016, leaders in Hawaii are praying both for the gathering and for convention attendees. Foursquare Pastor Sam Kapu shares a prophetic prayer as he encourages unity between native leaders like himself and other pastors around the world.

 
 
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