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What Becoming a Catalytic Culture Means

By Tammy Dunahoo

Do you want to lead a church of life-changers, neighborhood-changers and community-changers? General Supervisor Tammy Dunahoo encourages Foursquare leaders to use what ignites them to get on mission with what God has already empowered them to be.

 
 

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Creating a Globally Minded Catalytic Culture

By Ted Vail

How can your church create a globally catalytic culture that reaches far beyond your walls, neighborhood and even country? Foursquare Missions International Director Ted Vail shares practical ideas for creating a culture in your church that will reach the world.

 
 

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Freeing Others to Minister: John Wiley

By Andy Butcher

Releasing church members to start and lead ministries that God birthed in their hearts not only has created a catalytic culture in River Church Family (Kansas City East Foursquare Church) in Raytown, Mo., but also has brought catalytic change to the entire community.

 
 

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.

 
 

Leadership Profiles

Nixing Top-Down Leadership: Cere Muscarella

By Ken Walker

Instead of governing from the top, Senior Pastor Cere Muscarella seeks to create a catalytic environment where people lead out in ministry as the staff supports them. As a result, Life Church (Angleton Foursquare Church) in Angleton, Texas, is reaching hundreds of young people in their city.

 
 

Leadership Profiles

Sparking a Catalytic Culture: Bernie Federmann

By Andy Butcher

Bernie Federmann, senior pastor of Lompoc Foursquare Church in Lompoc, Calif., illustrates how we can recognize the spark that the Holy Spirit puts inside people, and then ignite catalytic change that will explode throughout our churches and communities.