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Politically Charged

By Zach B.

What should the role of a pastor be in the light of current events and political debates? Zach B., a Foursquare worker in Turkey, offers his unique perspective as someone who has served The Foursquare Church in the tumultuous Middle East.


Central Office Updates

There’s Always a Silver Lining With God

By Glenn Burris Jr.

President Glenn Burris Jr. encourages us not to be discouraged by the current realities we may face in the U.S. God’s plans will stand, and His promises will come to pass. He also anticipates a great move of God as Foursquare gathers for Connection 2017 in Washington, D.C.



Foursquare in Government

By Andy Butcher

Election Day is fast approaching, the negative ads and rhetoric increasing exponentially. But amid the hubbub, these three Foursquare church members are making a difference in the governmental sphere every day. One is a magistrate judge, one a senator, the other a chairman of a town board. They all agree that God wants us to make a difference in the world around us.



When the Wicked Fall

By Tim Clark

When Osama bin Laden was found and killed on May 1, it raised a quandary among some believers. What should our attitude be when something like this happens? Foursquare Pastor Tim Clark offers a balanced and biblical response.


Leadership Profiles

The Beltway and Beyond: Niki and Kelly Tshibaka

By Bill Shepson

Niki and Kelly Tshibaka, co-pastors of Mount Vernon Foursquare Fellowship in the Washington, D.C. area, are bringing the love of Christ to the nation’s capital and beyond. Both graduates of Harvard Law School, they minister in a city known for its powerful and elite—many of whom are desperately hurting and in need of Jesus.


Foursquare News

Study Reveals How Americans View Christians

By Bill Shepson

A new Barna report released this fall reveals the answers of average Americans when asked what they perceived were the top positive—as well as the top negative—contributions of Christianity in the U.S. Rod Koop, national facilitator of church health and multiplication for The Foursquare Church, provides an insightful, practical take on the study.



The Heroes Among Us (Part 4): Hospitals and Lawmakers

By Bill Shepson

In an exclusive four-part feature series, we get a glimpse into the lives and ministries of Foursquare chaplains who serve men and women in the military, the fire department, hospitals and hospices, and even the legislature. In part three, we talk with a chaplain who walks us down the halls of the hospital and the legislature.


We Are Foursquare

Pastoring in the Marketplace: Phil Liberatore

By Jimmy Stewart

Being in ministry isn't always about preaching, pastoring or church planting. For Phil Liberatore, it means representing godly values to the business community—or even running for Congress.


We Are Foursquare

Finding God for Yourself: Peter Stewart

By Peter Stewart

Peter Stewart was a pastor's kid who discovered the importance of having his own relationship with God.



Humans for Sale

By Ken Walker

He fled from Vietnam as a child, alone and scared, fighting for his life as a refugee. She was sold into slavery as a 7-year-old girl, her life becoming a living nightmare. Both barely survived. But now, together, Trong and Rani Hong are shining a light into one of the darkest issues of our time.

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