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Pray to Be Sent

By Jorge Hugo Morales

God’s church is built on those He sends to make disciples of all nations. We as Christians must pray to be sent to the right places, with the right resources, shares Senior Pastor Jorge Hugo Morales.


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How God Changed the Course of My Life

By Sam Meza

At 19, Sam Meza had just joined the Navy and was living it up in San Diego’s dance clubs. But there was a miracle in the works that would soon alter the course his young life, and he would encounter the power of God. Years later, Sam still serves as a Foursquare credentialed minister and evangelist in Southern California.



How Leaders Can Birth Movements

By Walter Ramos

Pastor Walter Ramos shares how he became a disciple and has gone on to develop leaders, and establish a vibrant church that is part of the burgeoning Foursquare Hispanic movement.



Foursquare’s Hispanic Movement Gains Altitude

By Juan Vallejo and Andy Butcher

Once relegated to meeting in basement Sunday school rooms, Hispanic churches are now taking the limelight. One out of eight Foursquare churches considers themselves to be Hispanic, and that number is on the rise, proving it is a new day for Foursquare’s Hispanic movement.



Cultivating and Building Unity

By Daniel Prieto

Valuing diversity in our ministry teams means that we unite spiritually as brothers and sisters in Christ, loving and respecting one another, shares Foursquare National Hispanic Missional Coach Daniel Prieto. We will always be different, but we can love, respect and value one another, which will empower all of us to be and do our best.


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Juan M. Vallejo Appointed Supervisor of New Hispanic District

By Foursquare

Juan M. Vallejo, a longtime Foursquare pastor and former missionary, has been appointed to serve as district supervisor of the new Distrito Hispano del Suroeste (Southwestern Hispanic District). The new district, the official name of which is still to be chosen, comes into effect Jan. 1, 2015. Juan will be installed in his new role at the Southwest Region Hispanic Conference to be held Oct. 24–25 in Van Nuys, Calif.



Celebrating Each Person’s Uniqueness

By Virginia Gonzalez

Being part of the Hispanic movement in The Foursquare Church has taught Assisting Minister Virginia Gonzalez that every people group contains diversity, and we cannot behave as though the people within a particular culture are exactly alike. We must accept their differences as well as their similarities and love those whom we are appointed to serve.



Closing the Gap

By Alfonso Guevara

Building a “culturally competent” church means more than just translating sermons. As the church, we must truly serve all members of a constantly growing and changing congregation. All of the barriers and divisions between us cease to exist as we embrace unity within the body of Christ, shares Assisting Minister Alfonso Guevara.



Imagine Kingdom Partnerships

By Joe Hernandez

God is stirring the hearts of leaders to see His kingdom come and His will be done on Earth, by breaking barriers and bringing congregations together, says Foursquare Pastor Joe Hernandez.



Foursquare Couples Aid Mexican Nationals

By Andy Butcher

Caught in the crosshairs of border control and immigration issues are scores of people in desperate need of basic necessities and spiritual hope. Two Foursquare ministerial couples, one based in the U.S., the other in Mexico, have devoted their lives to helping them.

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