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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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Sensitivity Training 101

By Sam Johnson

Ready or not, your neighborhood is changing. The cultures of the world are literally at our doorsteps, giving the church one of the best evangelism opportunities of all time. FMI Area Missionary Sam Johnson explains how to not only build bridges with our new neighbors, but to learn from them, as well.

 
 

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Harvard Learning Meets Spirit-Filled Living

By Ana Maria Schlecht

Some believers are leery of educational pursuits, thinking such endeavors will hamper the work of the Holy Spirit. But learning can actually help us reach more people as God directs our steps, notes Foursquare Pastor Ana Maria Schlecht as she discusses the balance between our hearts and our minds.

 
 

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Hidden Talent

By Aly Salz

The church often fails to utilize, or appreciate the significance of, some its most valuable resources: businesspeople, women, youth and other talented laypeople. Aly Salz encourages pastors to mentor, and partner with, the gifted people God has placed among us so that we can effectively reach our communities.

 
 

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The Changes of Foursquare’s Life Pacific College

By Andy Butcher

Life Pacific College in San Dimas, Calif., has gone through many intentional changes since its inception in 1923 under Aimee Semple McPherson’s leadership. Learn more about how the school intends to equip future generations for traditional and nontraditional ministry, and their upcoming change to university status.

 
 

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How One Local Church Is Saving Lives in Africa Through Project Nourish

By Rachel Chimits

The Bridge, a Foursquare church in Southern California pastored by Ryan and Johanna Oddo, is partnering with Project Nourish and Foursquare Disaster Relief to address the dire need in the East Africa famine crisis—and giving kids great ways to get involved in their summer VBS program.

 
 
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