The Foursquare Church

This review was written by The Foursquare Church and last updated on December 18, 2013

  Who it's for

pastors, church leaders, church staff meetings

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  • Price: $0
  • Publisher: The Foursquare Church
  • Format: free streaming video
Those who attended Foursquare Connection 2013 got to hear many inspiring messages and take part of some important discussions affecting the future of The Foursquare Church. But if you weren’t able to go, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. Whether you missed them at the time or would like a refresher, here are five key messages from Connection 2013.

Those who attended Foursquare Connection 2013 in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., last May got to hear many inspiring messages and take part of some important discussions affecting the future of The Foursquare Church.

But if you weren’t able to go, don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. Whether you missed them at the time or would like a refresher, here are five key messages from Connection 2013. Simply click the links to view them on your computer, show them to other leaders on your staff or play them for your congregation.

1. Leslie Keegel’s 2013 Prophecy

During the opening session of Foursquare Connection 2013, Sri Lankan National Leader Leslie Keegel brought a powerful prophecy to the Foursquare family at large.

2. Loving the Homosexual Community

God’s genuine love led church member Stephanie Singer into restoration from a homosexual lifestyle. Now she encourages church members how to love the homosexual community back into wholeness.

3. Restoring Broken Families

Foursquare spiritual care ministers Robby Booth and Chuck Shoemake tackle tough topics—such as sexual abuse, addictive patterns and burnout—and offer practical advice and prayers for wholeness.

4. Jim Scott Challenges Foursquare

Foursquare Missions International Director Jim Scott challenges Foursquare leaders to pray, give, partner and go to the mission field.

5. Reimagine Foursquare

A panel of Foursquare leaders openly discusses the future of Foursquare through the lens of the local church and Foursquare’s Five Targets.

Find more videos from Foursquare Connection 2013 here.