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Church Transformation Starts With Loving God

By Dan Mundt

Lots of systems are available to help a leader transform their church. But change will fall short if we aren’t loving God above all else, and then extending that love to those around us. In keeping with Foursquare’s Missional Objective of church transformation, Heartland District Supervisor Dan Mundt shares insight on where true church transformation begins.


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Yolanda Ramirez Is Attracted by Foursquare’s Love

By Juan Echeverri

Yolanda Ramirez, senior pastor of Iglesia Cristiana Remanso De Paz in Warner Robins, Ga., says that the trust Foursquare has shown her and her husband, Luis, has been key in their lives as ministers. Yolanda and Luis, who serves as the church’s co-pastor, also are part of the Foursquare National Hispanic Commission.



Matt Kladnik: Sent to Do Business As Mission

By Ken Walker

Vintage Faith (Culver City Foursquare Church) in the Los Angeles area launched a thrift store to reach people outside church walls throughout the week, not just on Sundays. Love The City Thrift Store, says Pastor Matt Kladnik, is “a place for volunteers to serve and use their gifts and talents, as well as a neutral ground to meet the needs of people who might never step inside a church.”



Love With Abandon

By Kayla Garoutte

A short-term missions trip taught Ignite Academy student Kayla Garoutte how great the Father’s love is for us, and that we in turn should love those around us unreservedly, because “the people we remember the most are the ones who made us feel valuable and loved,” Kayla shares.



Foursquare Leaders Share Advice on Loving Well

By Allyson Siwajian

We asked Foursquare leaders around the world to share their tips, ideas and best advice on how to live well. In this segment of our “Live Well” series, these leaders describe how showing love is their way to live well for God, for others, and for themselves personally, too.