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Why it’s important to pray for Foursquare camps

By Brittany Johnstone

More than 60 Foursquare camps will be in operation this summer across the country, reaching thousands of campers, and NextGen leaders are working hard to create an environment where God can change the lives of young people. Here’s why we need to be praying for them.



Family Relationships: Global Distinctives

By Marysol Ramos

Marysol Ramos shares how the Foursquare family has made a difference in her life and leadership, in Part 4 of our Global Distinctives feature series. The Global Distinctives, agreed on by nearly 240 leaders at the 2012 Global Summit, are six unifying principles that bind our whole Foursquare family in doctrine and culture.


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Giving Up Independence to Join Foursquare: Patricio and Rosa Serrano

By Melisa Prieto

Why did Patricio and Rosa Serrano bring their independent congregation under Foursquare? It had a lot to do with feeling welcomed by those in the Foursquare family and receiving training from the Gateway District, as the couple shares in this interview.


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A Five-Generation Foursquare Heritage

By Robert Rufener Sr.

Ordained Foursquare Minister Robert Rufener Sr. recalls a lifetime of Foursquare service that began when his parents rode a streetcar in Los Angeles to attend services at Angelus Temple and hear Aimee Semple McPherson preach. Five generations of the Rufener family, he says, have served the Lord in Foursquare ministry.



Co-op Connects Families to Foursquare

By Jonathan Griffiths

A local Foursquare church in Portland, Ore., is operating a family cooperative space that builds healthy families and community, and provides an easy access point for people to visit the church.


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Sent to Family: Foursquare Foster Care Workers

By Jimmy Stewart

Foursquare Credentialed Ministers Norma Perez-Morin and Rosalinda P. Vint both left secular careers so they could make a difference in the lives of foster kids and families. Every day, they reach out to children raised in foster care, from little babies to troubled foster youth who end up in the prison system.


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Dan Lucero Finds a Worldwide Family in Foursquare

By Rachel Chimits

When Dan Lucero, Foursquare Missions International (FMI) area missionary to West and Central Africa and Francophone nations, came into Foursquare, he found that the movement comprises a wide spectrum of people the world over, and that “family” is one of Foursquare’s deepest-held values.



Top 11 Things You Need to Know to Get Ready for Summer Camp

By Chris White

Summer is almost here, and it’s one of the best times of the year for reaching young people. Across the country, Foursquare camps will be providing a venue for powerful ministry to youth. Is your church ready? Here are the top 11 things you as a youth leader can do to get ready for summer camp and the fantastic ministry opportunity it offers.


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Kids + Youth Are Key Focus of Connection 2014

By Andy Butcher

Foursquare Connection 2014, convening in Dallas May 26–29, isn’t just for adult ministry leaders. The extensive Kids + Youth program will be investing in the leaders of the future. Themes and topics covered in the Kids + Youth program will parallel those of the adult sessions so that families will have something to share and talk about together.


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Top 9-1/2 Things to Do in Dallas During Connection 2014

By Andy Butcher

Wondering what to do during your free time at Foursquare Connection 2014 in Dallas? Not certain how to spend the vacation days you’re taking before or after the event? Wonder no more. There are plenty of cultural and recreational opportunities in this vibrant city. Here are the top 9-1/2.

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