Foursquare Stories

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

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Sent to Family: Foursquare Foster Care Workers

By Jimmy Stewart

Foursquare Credentialed Ministers Norma Perez-Morin and Rosalinda P. Vint both left secular careers so they could make a difference in the lives of foster kids and families. Every day, they reach out to children raised in foster care, from little babies to troubled foster youth who end up in the prison system.

 
 

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Sent to Business: Chanda Crutcher

By Rachel Chimits

Chanda Crutcher always had heart for older people, even when she was a child. God took that passion in her adult life and turned it into a successful business that helps senior citizens who are disabled and disregarded. The founding director of American Senior Assistance Programs, Inc. (ASAP) advises potential business owners to “ask God to break your heart for what breaks His, and He will build on that foundation.”

 
 

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Sent to Entertainment: Juan Alfonso

By Anabel Muñoz

When Juan Alfonso moved from the Dominican Republic to the U.S. as a child, he had no idea what God had in store. Now 32, he’s a working actor in Hollywood and sees the entertainment industry as his mission field. As a member of Media City Church in Burbank, Calif., he credits the church for helping him step out in faith and trust God in his unique calling.

 
 

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Sent to the Media: Foursquare Radio Hosts

By Shannon Linton

Gregg Hammer, Shawnee Hammer and Davey D hope listeners hear God’s love each time they tune in to HammerTime, their morning radio show on Krater 96.3 in Honolulu. These Foursquare church members have taken their calling to the airwaves—and find many opportunities to drop seeds of faith in listeners’ ears.

 
 

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Sent to Public Education: Windy Veach

By Rachel Chimits

With a lifelong passion to teach children and work within the public education system, Windy Veach knows that God has placed her right where He needs her the most. As a second grade teacher for a low-income public school, she finds ways to minister to others in a similar teaching role.

 
 
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