Foursquare Missions International 2015 Cabinet Report
Foursquare Missions International (FMI) Director Jim Scott reported that 2014 was a year of increased ministry partnerships with U.S. churches, districts and other ministry entities. Working together helped achieve greater results than could have been achieved individually.
The following are some of the highlights:
- New nations were opened to The Foursquare Church; unprecedented opportunities now exist for taking the gospel to never-before-reached people groups.
- Nations that have had well-established Foursquare works have been strengthened and expanded.
- The Philippines recently rededicated new churches that were destroyed in the 2013 hurricane.
- Foursquare Disaster Relief (FDR) has also been effectively ministering in one Middle Eastern nation to refugees from ISIS onslaughts.
- Many U.S. churches provided resources to reach out to African nations that were faced with the Ebola outbreak.
- Angelus Bible Institute (ABI) partnered with FMI to establish training sites in El Salvador, Cuba, Argentina and Nicaragua.
- The Gateway District has plans to deploy three missionaries in the next few years.
The Great Commission is still FMI’s focus. Great opportunities exist as the U.S. church partners with FMI to pray, give, partner and go.