News: Evangelism

Extra! Extra! The Latest Foursquare News.

Whether it's happening across the street or across the country, check out what's happening with the Foursquare family.

Disaster Relief

Hurricane Harvey one year later

By Andy Butcher

It’s been a year since Hurricane Harvey slammed the Houston area. Find out how Foursquare Disaster Relief, in partnership with local Foursquare churches—and your generous giving—have made a difference in the lives of people who were devastated by the massive storm.

 
 

Features

75-year-old woman follows God’s call to the Middle East

By Sheridan Michael

You never know when God will call you to a new adventure, as Sheridan Michael discovered when, at 75, she felt God’s leading to serve as a Foursquare Missions International worker in the Middle East. She candidly shares about what it means to step out in faith and follow His voice, wherever He calls us to go.

 
 

Features

How to start a campus ministry in your local schools

By Reid Powell

Don’t miss the best opportunity your church has to reach the students in your community. Reid Powell, associate pastor of Crescent City Foursquare Church in Crescent City, Calif., shares practical tips for starting a campus ministry that will impact your local schools and beyond.

 
 

Foursquare News

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.

 
 

Features

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.

 
 

We Are Foursquare

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.

 
 

Features

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.

 
 

Features

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.

 
 

Features

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).

 
 

Features

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.

 
 
 1 2 3 >  Last ›