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Luis Molina: QuickTalk at Foursquare Connection 2014

In this QuickTalk, recorded live at Foursquare Connection 2014 in Dallas, Foursquare Pastor Luis Molina shares how being available to mentor athletes in his son’s school led to opportunities to share the gospel and disciple young people. One soul at a time, Luis is seeing the dream of his heart to reach his community become a reality. more»

 
 

God’s Not Dead (Movie)

Released in theaters across the U.S. on March 21, “God’s Not Dead” tells the fictional—but all too true to life—story of a young college freshman pitted against a militant anti-theist professor in his philosophy class. This timely film offers a great opportunity to hold conversations with students about belief in God, the Scriptures and the person of Jesus Christ. more»

 
 

Ignite: The Bible for Teens (NKJV)

Teens often struggle in their devotional lives, because reading a traditional Bible translation can feel too academic and inaccessible. Not so with the brand-new Ignite: The Bible for Teens (NKJV). Making topics and application points accessible and intuitive, the Ignite Bible reads like a “practical toolbox for daily life” and includes tons of extra study helps for teens. more»

 
 

Tour God’s Word VBS Kit

By The Rizers

Pastors looking for a great VBS program need look no further than the "Tour God’s Word" VBS Kit by The Rizers. The easy to implement curriculum focuses on getting the Word of God into the hearts of kids and helping them live it day to day. The five-day program explores the themes of trust, thanks, love, prayer and praise. more»

 
 

NextGen Connection 2012 Learning Track With David Kinnaman

By David Kinnaman

Barna Group President David Kinnaman joins Foursquare NextGen leaders and senior pastors to explore ways to reach the next generation for Christ. It can be a tricky proposition, and Kinnaman says we need to answer some important questions, such as, “How can we disciple a generation where Jesus is a Facebook friend to many and not necessarily a Savior?” more»

 
 
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