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Mentoring women for leadership roles is crucial to our mission

By James Ranger III

Do you want to fulfill the Great Commission? Then it’s time to mentor and release the women in your congregation for ministry leadership. James Ranger III, senior pastor of New Life Church in Bakersfield, Calif., offers practical advice on empowering women to utilize the gifts God has given them so that, together, we can reach the world for Christ.



Empowering the Next Generation to Fulfill God’s Mission

By Daniel Prieto

Our pastors and Hispanic parents should shoulder our responsibility to raise up our children, kids and youth as ministers and leaders of the kingdom of God, says Daniel Prieto, national Hispanic missional coach for The Foursquare Church. He offers practical suggestions for leading the next generation in our local churches.



Breakthrough Learning

By Sam Rockwell, Ph.D.

As a teacher, Jesus created incredibly effective learning experiences. In light of Foursquare’s missional objective of leadership development, Gateway District Supervisor Sam Rockwell, Ph.D., discusses three teaching principles Jesus implemented that can help us as we teach others and develop leaders.



Pastor Discovers the Thrill of Church Planting

By Larry White

Larry White, senior pastor of of Horizon (Victorville 2 Foursquare Church) in Victorville, Calif., got the thrill of his life when he jumped out of a plane for his 50th birthday. But the biggest rush he gets is church planting and helping other church planters thrive.


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Pastor and Educator: Maria Eugenia Martinez

By Anabel Muñoz

When she was only 20, Maria Eugenia Martinez bucked the status quo in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and became a pastor. In the decades since then, the ordained Foursquare minister, educator, author and seminary founder has touched hundreds of lives with her passion for ministry and education.



Carrie Jenkins: Sent to Disciple

By Jessica Sherer

One-on-one mentoring relationships are where Carrie Jenkins, co-pastor of New Hope Worship Center in Concord, N.C., sees the most fruitful spiritual growth and leadership development. The people part of leadership is key, she asserts: how to surround yourself with the right team, how to build great relationships with your staff, and how to live life in step with one another.



Investing in Future Leaders

By David Coffey

God calls people to leadership from any place, at any time. MidSouth District Supervisor David Coffey tells about how he was mentored as a young leader, and why it’s so important to grow and develop new leaders.



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.


Leadership Profiles

Raising Up Leaders: Justice Coleman

By Ken Walker

Justice Coleman and his wife, Maria, started a Bible study for non-Christians that soon grew into a congregation that first met in an Irish pub and now gathers in two locations. At Freedom Church, it’s all about discipleship, service to others and having a heart for those who don’t yet know Christ.



Believing in Future Leaders

By Ken Walker

Don’t tell Pastor Joe Wittwer what ministry he should be starting, or you might just find yourself in a leadership position. As Joe mentors leaders, he insists that they each mentor someone else. He says investing in the next generation of leaders is essential to Foursquare’s future.

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