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Disaster Relief

Expectant Refugee Mothers Get Help From Foursquare Missionaries

By Andy Butcher

As a part of Foursquare Disaster Relief’s Project Sanctuary, which helps refugees fleeing violence in the Middle East, Foursquare Missions International Missionaries Chris and Laura Dakas are caring for expectant refugee mothers in refugee camps in Greece.

 
 

Disaster Relief

Foursquare Responds to Deadliest U.S. Mass Shooting

By Rod Light

As Foursquare leaders minister to survivors and families of victims in Orlando, Fla., after a deadly shooting, they remind us that prayer brings the presence of God into impossible situations. Find out how Foursquare is responding and how you can get involved.

 
 

We Are Foursquare

Kids Start Lemon+Aide Stand to Help Refugees

By Rachel Chimits

Two Foursquare kids are serving up lemonade in their neighborhood so they can help refugees on the other side of the globe. Proceeds from their Lemon+Aide Stand go to Foursquare Disaster Relief to actively care for refugees’ physical and spiritual needs.

 
 

Foursquare News

Foursquare Churches Are Increasing Missional Effectiveness

By Andy Butcher

Returning church tithes to the local and district fields is one of Foursquare’s Five Stakes established as part of the Reimagine process. Find out how two Foursquare churches have used their missional money to reach people in their communities with greater effectiveness than ever before.

 
 

Foursquare News

Flint Residents Helped by Local Foursquare Churches

By Andy Butcher

When two Foursquare churches not far from Flint, Mich., learned about the devastating water crisis, they immediately stepped in to provide clean water. Partnering with other denominations and service organizations, Foursquare volunteers have helped distribute 60,000 bottles of water so far.

 
 

Foursquare Legacy

The Christmas That Changed a City

By Aimee Semple McPherson

In December 1926, Angelus Temple conducted a Christmas gift-giving outreach that touched thousands people in need throughout the city, including scores of orphans and other children living in poverty. This report, published in 1927, shows how a congregation can come together to change the world around them.

 
 

Central Office Updates

Project Sanctuary Will Help Middle East Refugees

By Glenn Burris Jr.

As the refugee crisis in the Middle East worsens, The Foursquare Church has an unprecedented opportunity to support our brothers and sisters as they care firsthand for those who are fleeing the conflict. Through Project Sanctuary, Foursquare churches will take action as a force for hope for Middle East refugees.

 
 

Foursquare News

Foursquare Donations Help to Rebuild Lives in Nepal

By Andy Butcher

Survivors of two major earthquakes that ravaged Nepal this spring are receiving critical aid and needed shelter thanks to Foursquare donations and volunteers. People are coming to Christ as the Foursquare family reaches out in love by tending to medical needs and helping to build shelters as monsoon season looms.

 
 

Features

Matt Kladnik: Sent to Do Business As Mission

By Ken Walker

Vintage Faith (Culver City Foursquare Church) in the Los Angeles area launched a thrift store to reach people outside church walls throughout the week, not just on Sundays. Love The City Thrift Store, says Pastor Matt Kladnik, is “a place for volunteers to serve and use their gifts and talents, as well as a neutral ground to meet the needs of people who might never step inside a church.”

 
 

Foursquare News

Churches Gave Generously to Bless Missionaries This Christmas

By Rod Light

Taking part in Foursquare Missions International’s “Bless a Missionary Family This Christmas” campaign, Foursquare churches in the U.S. gave more than $28,000 to bless Foursquare missionaries worldwide this holiday season. Donations to the project can still be made through February, and the offering will be divided equally among all FMI missionary families.

 
 
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