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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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Foursquare reaches refugees and international students

By Susan Olp

The Refugees and International Student Ministry Conference convened in April near Atlanta to discuss how pastors and churches can better help refugees and international students who have come to the U.S. Foursquare’s Refugee Care Network and International Student Outreach Network are planning other events in other U.S. regions.

 
 

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There’s more to discover at Connection 2018 than ever before

By Ronnie Toft

If you think you’ve seen everything there is to see at Foursquare’s annual convention, think again. This year, at Foursquare Connection 2018 in Seattle, there are new and exciting opportunities to enrich your life and ministry, connect with others and even give back to those in need.

 
 

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How Foursquare Is Training Leaders Worldwide to Train Other Leaders

By Susan Olp

Foursquare’s Discipleship and Leadership Training program pairs instruction with practical application to increase the effectiveness of ministry in local churches worldwide. The new resource that accompanies the program has been translated in 15 languages.

 
 

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Paul Risser With the Lord

By Ken Walker

Former Foursquare President Paul Risser, renowned for his love of fellow pastors in the denomination as well as his passion for worldwide missions, went to be with the Lord today. His presidential legacy is marked by his implementation of a retirement program for Foursquare pastors during his tenure.

 
 

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No One Harmed in Fire at The Church On The Way Prayer Chapel

By Andy Butcher

Monday evening’s blaze at the Prayer Chapel of The Church On The Way in Van Nuys, Calif., caused significant damage to the roof, the interior of the main floor and the attic. No one was in the building at the time, nor were there any injuries, and Pastor Jack Hayford’s basement office escaped damage.

 
 
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