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Why I’m not about to miss Foursquare Connection 2018 in Seattle

By Tom Woolard

Tom Woolard, a bivocational Foursquare pastor of a small church in Texas, first attended our movement’s annual gathering last year. It encouraged him so much, he’s not about to miss out this year. He shares why it’s a priority for him to join Connection 2018 this May.

 
 

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How a Heart for Missions Rejuvenated Our Church

By Kaj Martin

It had been 20 years since Living Way Foursquare Church in Seattle had sent out a missionary. Today they support seven missionaries. How did this dramatic change happen? Lead Pastor Kaj Martin shares how they went from being a dwindling congregation to a strong church that is touching the world.

 
 

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The 10/40 Window in Your Backyard

By Andy Millar

Andy Millar’s Light of the Nations (Denver Foursquare Church) in Colorado comprises 15 nationalities and 10 languages. How have they been so successful reaching such a diverse group? It started by realizing God has brought people from unreached nations to their own backyard.

 
 

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Eyes Wide Open

By Benji Horning

Benji Horning thought he knew what the Great Commission was all about. A trip to the Middle East changed everything. Pastor of a new church plant called Light Church in Encinitas, Calif., with his wife, Jen, Benji shares how God opened his eyes to the 3 billion unreached people in the world.

 
 

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What Does It Take to Reach Unreached People Groups?

By Paul Howard

You don’t have to come from an unreached people group to be part of bringing them into the kingdom, you just need to be willing, says Paul Howard, a former Muslim who now serves as pastor of an Arabic-speaking Foursquare church in Colorado.

 
 
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