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Ministry Behind Bars: Ministering in Estonia (Part 2)

By Jimmy Stewart

An in-depth look at how Foursquare is reaching behind prison walls to set spiritual captives free—a Foursquare.org exclusive three-part series.

 
 

Leadership Profiles

Hospice Care Chaplain: Phil Demetro

By The Foursquare Church

Retirement didn't last for Phil Demetro. He found himself back in ministry—as a hospice chaplain—offering comfort and encouragement to the terminally-ill and their families.

 
 

Features

My Christmas in Iraq

By Steve Pratel

For many U.S. military personnel, Christmas was “just another day in Iraq.” But in the midst of military procedures and missions, mortar fire and missed sleep, Foursquare active-duty military chaplains endeavored to bring the message and a bit of the atmosphere of Christmas to the troops they serve. Those efforts are touchingly portrayed in the following excerpt from a letter written by Army chaplain Steve Pratel, who recently returned from a deployment to Iraq. This is a message sent from him in December 2008.

 
 

Leadership Profiles

Messiah’s Messengers: Tom and Kathy Provenzano

By The Foursquare Church

A motorcycle aficionado since youth, Tom Provenzano is founder of Messiah's Messengers Motorcycle Ministry, an outreach of the Foursquare church in Ft. Myers, Fla.

 
 

Features

Ministering at the Metrolink Crash

By Ed Donnally

I learned some valuable lessons on Friday, September 12, 2008 when I responded to a call and worked all night at the “Reunification Center,” ministering to the families of the 25 persons killed in the Metrolink train crash in Chatsworth, CA.

 
 

Features

Jesus and Mules

By Ed Donnally

Foursquare Chaplains are often called to serve in some very unusual places. The Humboldt County Fair in far Northern California is a breed apart.

 
 

Devotionals

Heart for the City

By Tom Teichroew

God was introducing me to a new call—a call to minister to this city. In less than an hour, God had given me a heart for this city and these people.

 
 
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