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Laundry Love National Gathering

Mega-movement Laundry Love is celebrating 13 years of helping people, and looking to the future, during their upcoming national gathering in Ventura, Calif., May 29–30, immediately following Foursquare Connection 2015. Anyone interested in how to start this ministry of love and practical help in his or her own community will not want to miss this important event. more»


Worship and Justice: David Moore Jr. at Connection 2014

David Moore Jr., in this video interview recorded live at Foursquare Connection 2014 in Dallas, addresses the long-term commitments we need to make to multiply diversity and justice ministry in our local communities. Our churches should reflect our communities, and that includes the social needs of the widow, the orphan, the poor and the stranger in our land. more»


Worship & Justice

By Bluetree

Worship band Bluetree, from Northern Ireland, released “Worship & Justice” this summer, an album with an important message about the responsibility of believers to go into the darkest places of the world with the life-changing power of the gospel. more»



By Trillia J. Newbell

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. more»


The Lamb’s Agenda

By Samuel Rodríguez

In his new book, “The Lamb’s Agenda,” Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, challenges believers to put the call of Jesus Christ, the Lamb, ahead of the political trappings of the elephant or the donkey. Reconciling the messages of Billy Graham and Martin Luther King Jr., the author shows that the kingdom of God entails righteousness before God and justice for all people. more»


Samuel Rodríguez Advocates for the Agenda of the Lamb

By Samuel Rodríguez

Rev. Samuel Rodríguez calls the church to combine the evangelism of Billy Graham with the advocacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In this audio recording from Conexión Hispana at Foursquare Connection 2013, he shares the balance of the vertical and horizontal elements of the cross. En este mensaje durante Conexión Hispana del 2013, el reverendo Samuel Rodríguez comparte el balance de los elementos verticales y horizontales de la Cruz. more»


Willing to Walk on Water

By Caroline Barnett

In a world that is filled with need at every turnaround, Foursquare Pastor Caroline Barnett gives a refreshing look at what a life completely devoted to God can look like in her new book, “Willing to Walk on Water.” Sharing candidly from her own life, she shows how God can use our willingness and commitment to change our communities. more»


Making All Things New

By R. York Moore

In “Making All Things New,” author R. York Moore challenges readers with stories of people worldwide who are suffering, and asks that Christians catch God’s dream for global justice. As national evangelist for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship USA, Moore shows us how Jesus Christ will make all things new, and how we can play a part in righting the world’s wrongs. more»


Love Without Walls

By Laurie Beshore

Heartfelt intentions are well and good, but often our efforts at helping others can actually make things worse, says author Laurie Beshore of Mariners Church in Irvine, Calif. In “Love Without Walls,” she asserts that we need to step up and take action by getting to know the people in our communities and establishing relationships built on mutual trust and respect. more»


The Help

Both heartwarming and gut wrenching, “The Help,” based on the bestselling novel by Kathryn Stockett, is a powerful story of courage and determination to stand up for what is right despite the cost. Viewers will be inspired by this account of a few women in the heart of the South who band together to make a difference during the days of segregation. more»


Half the Church

By Carolyn Curtis James

In her new book, “Half the Church,” Carolyn Curtis James challenges women to address the injustices propagated against their sisters worldwide. She says it’s time for Christian women to get off the sidelines and become the spiritual leaders God made them to be. By sheer numbers alone, she asserts, Christian women have incredible potential for expanding the kingdom of God. more»


Outlive Your Life

By Max Lucado

In “Outlive Your Life: You Were Made to Make a Difference,” author Max Lucado addresses the importance of Christians being more open to the world around them, sharing the love of Jesus in tangible ways. Lucado shows us how to do this by applying what the Bible teaches about “being the church” in a world desperately searching for God. more»


Zealous Love

By Mike Yankoski,Danae Yankoski

"Zealous Love: A Practical Guide to Social Justice" aims to inspire the reader to begin the process of discovering where God is calling him or her to serve. more»


Forgotten Girls

By Kay Marshall Strom

Pastors and church leaders will find Forgotten Girls to be an inspiring resource for church-wide ministry applications. Reviewed by Callie Campbell, Living Way Foursquare Church in New Buffalo, Mich. more»


Social Justice Handbook

By Mae Elise Cannon

An in-depth, all-in-one resource on the subject of social justice, Christian humanitarian work and compassion-driven outreach. more»


Human Trafficking: An Exploration into Modern-Day Slavery

By Charles Lee

The U.S. State Department defines human trafficking as "modern-day slavery, involving victims who are forced, defrauded or coerced into labor or sexual exploitation". Download this incredible report written by Pastor Charles Lee. more»