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Foursquare Legacy

Being Willing to Do Anything to Reach People for Christ

By Jack Anderson

Jack Anderson was only 12 when his missionary father made a radical decision to reach an indigenous tribe in Bolivia—he left Jack and his brother with the tribe to gain the chief’s trust as he went to get farming supplies so their family could help the dying tribe survive. Jack, who became a longtime Foursquare missionary, recalls how God used his family to reach the Siriono Indians.

 
 

Foursquare News

Leslie Keegel Appointed Chair of Foursquare Global Council

By Andy Butcher

In his new role as chair of the Foursquare Global Council, Leslie Keegel will head the 21-strong group, comprised of regional and other leaders, overseeing more than 100,000 churches in over 155 nations. Meeting in person at least once a year, the Global Council is charged with guarding and guiding Foursquare’s work around the world.

 
 

Features

How One Local Church Is Saving Lives in Africa Through Project Nourish

By Rachel Chimits

The Bridge, a Foursquare church in Southern California pastored by Ryan and Johanna Oddo, is partnering with Project Nourish and Foursquare Disaster Relief to address the dire need in the East Africa famine crisis—and giving kids great ways to get involved in their summer VBS program.

 
 

Disaster Relief

Urgent Help Needed As Millions Face Starvation in East Africa

By Andy Butcher

The 20 million people currently on the brink of starvation across East Africa include thousands who have come to faith through Foursquare’s ministry in South Sudan. Foursquare Disaster Relief is urging church leaders to raise awareness of the crisis and respond with prayer and financial aid.

 
 

Foursquare News

Area Missionary Transition for East Africa and Southern Africa

By Andy Butcher

FMI has appointed Frank Greer as the new area missionary to East Africa and Southern Africa (EASA) in a transition following many years of faithful leadership in that role by Humberto Paz. With much strife in the region, leaders see a great opportunity for the gospel to change lives.

 
 

Foursquare Legacy

A Lifetime of Stepping Out in Faith

By Vonitta Gurney-Boylan

For almost 40 years, FMI Missionary Vonitta Gurney-Boylan gave her life to the people of Honduras, Ecuador and Argentina. One of the highlights of her ministry was the night the Holy Spirit told her she should preach in Spanish even though she hardly knew language.

 
 

Foursquare Legacy

Dedicated Missionary Service to the People of South Africa

By Lewis Ziegler

For 35 years, Foursquare Missions International (FMI) Missionary Lewis Ziegler ministered throughout South Africa, following in the footsteps of his parents who helped establish the work in the 1930s. His faithful service led to scores of converts and new Foursquare churches.

 
 

Features

North Africa: Where Foursquare Wants to Reach Next

By Andy Butcher

What does it look like to carry out Christ’s Great Commission in North Africa? Discover some interesting facts about the region Foursquare wants to reach next, where conversion is widely illegal, and missionary activity requires courage and caution.

 
 

Features

Papua New Guinea: South Pacific’s Missions Hub

By Rachel Chimits

National leaders in Papua New Guinea (PNG) are rising up and taking the lead as pastors and missionaries. PNG is a Stage 4 nation, no longer dependent on outside support; they are self-governing and sending missionaries out into the South Pacific.

 
 

Features

Foursquare Family On Mission

By Ted Vail

Foursquare Missions International (FMI) Director Ted Vail shares how God has uniquely positioned the Foursquare family to share the gospel together. What puts FMI in such an exciting place now, he says, is that we have a global force of national leaders and workers.

 
 
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