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Day 3: Multiplying Ministry in a Spirit of Unity

By Andy Butcher

The third day of Foursquare Connection 2014 in Dallas gave the thousands of pastors and leaders gathered many opportunities to learn practical aspects of multiplying disciples, leaders and churches, and doing so in unity. Pastor Jack Hayford, the evening’s keynote speaker, encouraged leaders to seek a fresh “baptism of love” as they serve together.


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Day 2: President Ratified and Reimagine Outlined at Connection 2014

By Andy Butcher

In addition to ratifying Glenn Burris Jr. for a second term as president, attendees at Connection 2014 approved Reimagine Foursquare proposals and discussed next steps in the future of the Foursquare movement. These practical steps will realign Foursquare to become a Great Commission movement that will transform the world through the multiplication of disciples, leaders, churches and more movements.


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Day 1: Foursquare Connection 2014 in Dallas Begins

By Andy Butcher

Foursquare leaders from across the country and around the world gathered in Dallas for the movement’s annual convention under the theme “Multiply.” This year’s gathering, being held May 26–29, is pivotal to the Reimagine Foursquare process as the denomination positions itself for a season of unprecedented fruitfulness.



Dream Big!

By Mark Warren

Jesus wants us to multiply our effectiveness and reach those who are far from Him, shares Mark Warren, assisting minister at Grace Chapel (Pembroke Foursquare Church) in Pembroke, N.H. When we “dream God’s dream” and love our cities, people will be drawn in to find out what compels our churches to action.



Growing Deep Roots

By Whitney Lewellyn

When we are rooted and grounded in love, our perspective becomes God’s perspective, shares church-planter Whitney Lewellyn. As we seek to multiply our churches, we should focus first on growing deep roots where God has placed us, she says.



The ‘Great Reversal’ of Church Multiplication

By Matt Temple

The guidelines set out in Scripture for growing healthy churches can seem counterintuitive, but God requires us to fully rely on Him and follow His principles for growing strong leaders when it comes to multiplication, shares Foursquare Pastor Matt Temple.



Multiplication Begins With Making Disciples

By Bill Gross

Bill Gross, missional coach for the National Church Office, tells the story of Cornelius, a Roman centurion and unlikely disciple of Christ who helped grow the early church. Bill reminds us that it is important not to discount our witness to people around us, even if they seem unlikely converts. Church growth and multiplication begins with such discipleship.


Central Office Updates

A Framework for Going Forward in 2014

By Glenn Burris Jr.

Our season of reimagining has brought a renewed understanding of our beginning as a local church in revival, says Foursquare President Glenn Burris Jr., and it has been an opportunity to dream about what we could be with God’s help. This informative article provides important information for Foursquare leaders as 2013 ends and 2014 begins.



Missionary Spotlight: Jacque Antoine

By Amy Swanson

Jacque Antoine was born in a small village in Grenada, and as child knew God was calling her to missions. After higher education in the U.S., she returned to her homeland. She serves as a Foursquare missionary and church planter on the beautiful island, especially ministering in rural areas where villages are steeped in poverty.



Foursquare Leaders Who Touch the World

By Andy Butcher

The Foursquare Church is a worldwide movement, and from its earliest days has endeavored to bring the whole gospel to the whole world. Meet three Foursquare leaders who are having a unique impact globally as they disciple believers, train leaders, plant churches and release women into ministry.

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