Church Health. Growing Your Church.
Randy Remington, senior pastor of Beaverton Foursquare Church in Beaverton, Ore., talks about what it takes for a church to go from cultural sameness to true diversity that reflects the surrounding community, in this QuickTalk recorded live at Connection 2014 in Dallas. Driven by the vision of the church in Rev. 7, Randy and his team have seen major advances in their local congregation. Read More»
Recorded live at Conexión Hispana during Foursquare Connection 2014, this audio session featuring Ted Vail and Danilo Montero challenges Foursquare leaders to have a kingdom mentality that embraces ethnic diversity and to get back to the basics in our spiritual lives and our calling to minister to others. Read More»
Sharing her past experiences and outlining a clear doctrine on diversity, author Trillia J. Newbell lays out a case for working toward intentional diversity in the church in her new book, “United: Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity.” She details practical solutions and challenges, specifically for pastors, whom she asserts must set the standard in seeking out diversity in relationships. Read More»
Follow the story of Antioch Community Church in Waco, Texas, which began as a small group of believers in a rough part of town and grew to a network of 78 churches in 24 nations. “Passion and Purpose” by Jimmy Seibert inspires church leaders and members to dream bigger dreams about how God can use them to touch the world around them. Read More»
With his new book, “What’s Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done,” Matthew Perman has given the church a major advancement not merely in systems of effectiveness, but also in foundational principles that ensure the right system is applied to the right work for the right reasons. Read More»