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We Need More People to Disciple Those Who Are Seeking God

By Jeetendra Singh

Foursquare Pastor Jeetendra Singh’s congregation in Aurora, Colo., reaches people from many nations in their city. People around us are spiritually hungry, he’s observed, but more workers are needed to disciple them. We need to be involved in people’s lives so they can observe the way we live and ask us questions about God.

 
 

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Reaching People Starts With Prayer

By Glenn Burris Jr.

God calls us to go into the harvest field—but effective going begins with effectual praying, shares Foursquare President Glenn Burris Jr., reminding us of Jesus’s instruction to “pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into His harvest” (Matt 9:38, ESV).

 
 

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A Welcome Diversion

By Ted Vail

There are 3 billion people who live in places where they do not have access to the gospel message. Is your ministry being diverted to reach the unreached? FMI Director Ted Vail explains how God wants to use all of us, and that we’re all on mission together to reach the nations. Pastors and leaders are needed now more than ever, he asserts.

 
 

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Prayer Is the First Key to Reaching Unreached People Groups

By Molly

It can be daunting to think about how to reach unreached people groups with the gospel. But if we start with prayer, God will show us what to do. A former FMI missionary who served unreached people groups shares insights about how to pray for and minister to people who don’t know Jesus.

 
 

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How a Thanksgiving Outreach Can Touch Lives Around the World

By Elana Kaimimoku

By hosting a Thanksgiving dinner for international students living in their area, The Rock (Anaheim Foursquare Church) in Southern California discovered a great way to make connections with young adults and help them find Christ—and then take Him back home to their own nations.

 
 
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