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Read stories about Foursquare leaders and the people they serve as well as historical Foursquare moments and real-life topics.

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75-year-old woman follows God’s call to the Middle East

By Sheridan Michael

You never know when God will call you to a new adventure, as Sheridan Michael discovered when, at 75, she felt God’s leading to serve as a Foursquare Missions International worker in the Middle East. She candidly shares about what it means to step out in faith and follow His voice, wherever He calls us to go.

 
 

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How to start a campus ministry in your local schools

By Reid Powell

Don’t miss the best opportunity your church has to reach the students in your community. Reid Powell, associate pastor of Crescent City Foursquare Church in Crescent City, Calif., shares practical tips for starting a campus ministry that will impact your local schools and beyond.

 
 

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Why it’s important to pray for Foursquare camps

By Brittany Johnstone

More than 60 Foursquare camps will be in operation this summer across the country, reaching thousands of campers, and NextGen leaders are working hard to create an environment where God can change the lives of young people. Here’s why we need to be praying for them.

 
 

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These three things will hinder the Holy Spirit’s work

By Tim Clark

God wants to do the miraculous in and through us. But there are three attitudes that will obstruct the Holy Spirit’s ability to release supernatural gifts. Tim Clark, senior pastor of The Church On The Way in Van Nuys, Calif., encourages us to let go of negative mindsets so that we can experience all that God has for us.

 
 

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The Holy Spirit has empowered you to rest

By A.J. Swoboda, Ph.D.

The Holy Spirit has called us to do great works for the kingdom of God. But that’s just one half of Holy Spirit empowerment—He’s also called us to learn when to say no and to rest in His presence. Foursquare Pastor A.J. Swoboda, Ph.D., encourages us to stop always doing, and start simply being.

 
 
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