Returning church tithes to the local and district fields is one of Foursquare’s Five Stakes established as part of the Reimagine process. Find out how two Foursquare churches have used their missional money to reach people in their communities with greater effectiveness than ever before.
Connect with the Five Stakes
The Five Stakes were introduced at Foursquare Connection 2014 by President Glenn Burris Jr., and affirmed by the convention body.
The Five Stakes are as follows:
- Stake 1: Align everything Foursquare to the Great Commission.
- Stake 2: Align the National Church Office and district offices to a catalytic culture.
- Stake 3: Align 100 percent of the tithe to the field, local and district.
- Stake 4: Align Foursquare Foundation to resourcing and supporting the Foursquare mission.
- Stake 5: Align polity to provide property options for local churches.
What’s Happening With the Five Stakes
Read news updates to keep up with the progress The Foursquare Church is making with the Five Stakes.
Significant progress has been made in The Foursquare Church’s Five Stakes since they were first introduced in 2014. Read an update from President Glenn Burris Jr., re-familiarize yourself with the Stakes, and check in on where the future of Foursquare is heading.
Our Foursquare global family is distinctly called as a movement to keep our vision firmly fixed on the Lord’s highest priority, the Great Commission, says Glenn Burris Jr., in this article introducing the latest progress of our movement’s Five Stakes.
Watch Five Stakes Videos From Convention
At Foursquare Connection 2014, helpful information was presented to the convention body on each of the Five Stakes. Watch six videos from your Foursquare executives outlining the stakes and initial plans.Watch the Videos