It started as a revival, and became a global church
Where We've Been
The message of Jesus stays the same, but the delivery of that message shifts with culture, geography and time. Foursquare was founded by a woman who knew this, and it guides us still today. Discover our history and beliefs.
Where We're Going
To fulfill the Great Commission, it takes all of us: men and women, young and old. We’re seeking creative solutions, taking action and prayerfully processing how to reach those who need Jesus. See why you’ll fit with Foursquare.
How You Can Join
We have an opportunity to be the Church, to represent God’s love and bring healing to a broken world. Prayer, disaster relief, church planting, missions, chaplaincy and more are ways we do this. Find out how to get involved.
With more than 67,500 Foursquare churches, we make disciples of Jesus in more than 150 nations around the world.
Foursquare brings food to families facing famine. As a result, nearly 21,000 people in one year accepted Jesus.
We can’t reach the whole harvest field with half the workforce. In the U.S., our 6,000+ ministers include men and women credentialed for ministry leadership.
We need the strength of all voices represented in our churches. In the U.S. alone, we have 26+ languages spoken across 2,000 churches and congregations.
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How to create a culture of generosity in your church
Giving is the “secret sauce” that makes a church great.
Missionary work in Japan requires sensitivity and patience
For 20 years, Steve Niksarian, recently named Northern District Supervisor for Foursquare Japan, has served patiently in the nation, where only one percent of the population is Christian.
Take courage, defy the odds, and fly
Leadership in recent times has been challenging, to say the least. Wendy Nolasco applauds Foursquare leaders for leading well and encourages all of us to take courage as we launch into this next season together.
Join a Foursquare Leader Conference in your district this fall
Foursquare Leader Conferences are happening all across the country. Make plans now to join your district’s event.
Lead your church in supporting missionaries from home
Even if you can’t go to the mission field yourself, there are a lot of things you and your church can do to support missionaries and their work. Debbie Chai, once a missionary herself, shares how she disciples her church to support missionaries.
100-year anniversary of ‘Stretcher Day’ healing service in Denver
When Aimee Semple McPherson held a special service during her 1921 Denver revival campaign, a crowd numbering 12,000 showed up, bringing scores of people on stretchers, cots and beds for healing.
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