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Avoid the Mess When Planting a Church

By Dave Veach

Church planting can be a messy business. Northwest District Supervisor Dave Veach offers a look at the pitfalls to avoid when planting a church, in light of Foursquare’s Missional Objective of church and congregation multiplication.

 
 

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Multiplication Is About Subtraction

By Fernando Castillo

If we want to multiply and see revival, we must be willing to give something away and subtract, shares Fernando Castillo, supervisor of the Pacific Southwest District. Addressing Foursquare’s Missional Objective of church and congregation multiplication, Fernando encourages pastors to take risks and let go so that God can bring increase.

 
 

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Catch the Vision for Church Planting

By Gabe Barreiro

In light of Foursquare’s missional objective of church and congregation multiplication, North Pacific District Supervisor Gabe Barreiro shares crucial insights about church planting in today’s world, and five practical ways your local church can become a parent and partner for church planting.

 
 

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How to Encourage Church Planters

By Bill Gross

One of Foursquare’s missional objectives is church and congregation multiplication. Southeast District Supervisor Bill Gross shares some practical advice on how we as church leaders can help pastors in the making prepare to plant new churches.

 
 

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Getting the Gospel Ship Off the Ground

By Dave Veach

Successful church plants don’t “just happen.” A lot of energy and strategy are involved to get a church plant off the ground. Northwest District Supervisor Dave Veach shares three key church-planting principles that are crucial to any pastor and team looking to launch a church.

 
 

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Multiplying Churches and Leaders in the Great Plains

By Andy Butcher

Crops aren’t all that’s growing in the Cornhusker State. The Rock, pastored by Tyson Lambertson in Scottsbluff, Neb., has gone from one to three campuses that touch hundreds of people in their rural communities. The pastor shares the principles that helped his church transform and grow.

 
 

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Jerry Dirmann: Sent to Multiply Diverse Leaders

By Jessica Sherer

Jerry Dirmann is passionate about diversifying leaders and churches to reach a wider variety of audiences who are hungry for the truth. His church, The Rock (Anaheim Foursquare Church) in Southern California, now comprises nine campuses and 12 congregations, four of which are Spanish-speaking, one Vietnamese-speaking, and two led by women.

 
 

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Foursquare’s Hispanic Movement Gains Altitude

By Juan Vallejo and Andy Butcher

Once relegated to meeting in basement Sunday school rooms, Hispanic churches are now taking the limelight. One out of eight Foursquare churches considers themselves to be Hispanic, and that number is on the rise, proving it is a new day for Foursquare’s Hispanic movement.

 
 

Foursquare Legacy

The Kind of a Church I Like

By Aimee Semple McPherson

In a 1924 Angelus Temple bulletin, Aimee Semple McPherson presented an article detailing the characteristics of a healthy church dedicated to saving souls and reaching the world for Christ. These foundational values were a key to Foursquare’s rapid growth worldwide.

 
 

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Celebrating Reimagine: Foursquare Connection 2014 Highlights

By Andy Butcher

Connection 2014 in Dallas was pivotal for everyone in Foursquare, as the Reimagine process was outlined in more detail. The convention body also voted to ratify President Glenn Burris Jr. to serve a second five-year term. These highlights from the week are cause for celebration for everyone in the Foursquare family, not just the 3,000-plus people who attended.

 
 
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