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It Takes a Family to Change a Nation

By Andy Butcher

Three generations of the Greer family invested their hearts and lives in reaching the people of Papua New Guinea (PNG), which today has approximately 1,500 Foursquare churches and meeting places. Frank and Kathleen Greer served in PNG for 10 years; their son and daughter-in-law served for five; and years before, Kathleen’s parents, Lloyd and Claire Post, served as national leaders.


We Are Foursquare

Stepping Up to Serve Others: La’Tisha Hensel

By La’Tisha Hensel

La’Tisha Hensel and her family are Life Pacific College grads and members of River Christian Fellowship in Raytown, Mo. She and her husband, Timothy, have two sons and one daughter, Brynnlie, who was born with Down syndrome. They formed a team for the Step Up for Down Syndrome Walk to raise funds and awareness—just one of many ways this family serves their community.


Foursquare News

Foursquare Connection 2013: Don’t Miss Your Connection!

By Cara Davis

The annual gathering of the Foursquare family is almost here, but there’s still time to register. Here are the important last-minute details you need to know to get ready for Connection 2013: “Engage: Learn.Live.Lead.” in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., May 28–30.



Blessed Are the Peacemakers

By Adriana Barahona

Assisting Minister Adriana Barahona reminds us the importance of being peacemakers in the family of God. Though situations may be complicated, we are sometimes called, as Joab was in 2 Samuel, to blow the trumpet of peace.



Contending for our Families

By Robby Booth

Ministering to and bringing covering for our families is our highest call in this world and our first priority in ministry. CSR West Director and Chaplain for Spiritual Care Robby Booth says leadership begins at home and emphasizes the importance of enriching our families using Scripture and Christ’s love.


Foursquare News

Foursquare Connection 2013: Engage in Family Fun

By Cara Davis

In addition to spiritual enrichment, this year’s convention is the perfect opportunity for fun with family and friends. Here’s a look at 10 of the most popular attractions in Central Florida. Whether you want to chill out, shop or experience chills and thrills, there’s something for everyone in the Sunshine State.



Family Environmentalism

By Chuck Shoemake

Every day, in magazines, in newspapers and on TV, we hear about issues involving our natural environment. But what about the environment in our homes? Chuck Shoemake, director of CARE/Center for Spiritual Renewal East (CSR-E), shares three essential conditions required for raising a healthy family.


Your Questions

How Do I Monitor My Teen’s Online Life?

By Kelly Fellows

Finding out your teen has posted inappropriate comments or photos online is every parent’s nightmare. How do you monitor technology use without betraying your child’s trust? Kelly Fellows, an ordained Foursquare minister who formerly served as national NextGen representative, gives timely advice to panicked parents.



From Generation to Generation

By Andy Butcher

You don’t have to be born into Foursquare to be part of the family. Even so, many families, like the two you’ll meet here, have a rich heritage in the movement, going back generations to the early days of Angelus Temple and the incredible ministry of Foursquare’s founder, Aimee Semple McPherson.


Leadership Profiles

Saved for a Purpose: Sherri Robbins

By Amy Swanson

Foursquare Pastor Sherri Robbins expresses a confident conviction that her life is precious and marked for God’s divine purpose. More than once, she has miraculously escaped death. She believes that these miracles were not accidents, and that God has positioned her to communicate the special purpose and plan that He has for everyone.

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