News: Kimberly Dirmann

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Who Needs a Coach?

By Kimberly Dirmann

Think you’re beyond needing a ministry coach? Think again. Even the most experienced of pastoral leaders can benefit from having a coach, says Kimberly Dirmann. Here are the reasons you need someone to provide some guidance, and how to find a coach who will be a good match for you.


Foursquare News

Kimberly Dirmann to Transition Out of Southwest District Supervisor Role

By Foursquare

Kimberly Dirmann, who has faithfully served as supervisor of the Southwest District since 2009, is transitioning out of her role to follow a new direction God has given her. She will hand over the district reins to her successor in May 2016, in a strategic transition process.



Keys to Setting Effective Boundaries

By Kimberly Dirmann

Church leaders are constantly bombarded by people and issues calling for our attention. If we aren’t careful, we’ll be distracted from what God really wants us to do and run ragged. Here are three keys to setting up boundaries that will guard your life and your calling.



Season of Alignment

By Kimberly Dirmann

As we approach Connection 2010, we are at a spiritual “crossroads.” Kimberly Dirmann asks Foursquare leaders to humbly stand together in unity calling on the name of the Lord, and to expect God’s favorable response.



We Have the Advantage

By Kimberly Dirmann

Southwest District Supervisor Kimberly Dirmann offers an encouraging reminder that Jesus left this world so that He could send the power of the Holy Spirit to do work in and through us 24/7.


Central Office Updates

New Garments and New Wineskins: Preparing for Fresh Blessing

By Glenn Burris Jr.

Interim President Glenn Burris Jr. provides an important update on The Foursquare Church movement and the creation of the National Church Committee to determine what can be done most effectively by local churches and what can be done most effectively at the district and central offices.