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3.5 Non-Negotiables of Student Ministry

By Ryan Brown

Reaching out to young people boils down to a few simple principles that remain constant in the midst of change, shares NextGen Pastor Ryan Brown. These keys are crucial to youth ministry, because, Ryan asserts, if we don’t give young people a place to lead as they are able, the world will.


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No Longer Hopeless and Afraid: Holly Morehead

By Holly Morehead

Holly Morehead grew up in a tumultuous home where she and her sister often had to fend for themselves. In hopelessness, Holly turned to alcohol and drugs. But God had a better plan. Now Holly is going into youth ministry so she can help teens who are lost in life as she had once been.


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Memories of Music and Ministry at Angelus Temple

By Ann Ford

Ann Ford was trained to play the pipe organ at Angelus Temple, and she became a regular player, even during weekly radio programs that were broadcast live. She shares her memories of Foursquare’s founder, Aimee Semple McPherson, and the powerful things she witnessed at the famous church. Ann would later go on to play the organ at several churches and hospitals in the Los Angeles area for many years.


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Cooking Up Hope and Jobs for the Homeless: Brett Swayn

By Brett Swayn

Brett Swayn moved to the U.S. from Australia to pursue a career in music, and he achieved some success. But he ended up losing everything, even becoming homeless. Now a sous chef at The Cookery, he provides culinary arts training to help people experiencing homelessness get off the streets.



The Healing of the Nations

By Glenn Burris Jr.

Each of us gets to play a part in God’s plan to heal the nations. Foursquare President Glenn Burris Jr. shares what that part is, and how God’s plan to bring healing will be fulfilled.


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Former Hippie Finds Hope: Gabrielle Wheeler

By Gabrielle Wheeler

Gabrielle Wheeler was born into a tumultuous home, surrounded by drugs and alcohol abuse. She became an addict herself, which almost ended her life. But then she called out to God to save her. Now she works alongside her husband, Jonathan, to pastor a Foursquare church in Albuquerque, N.M.



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.



Not Willing That Any Should Perish

By Jim Scott

The Bible tells us that time is experienced differently in heaven than on Earth. But, Foursquare Missions International (FMI) Director Jim Scott reminds us, Jesus is returning soon, and as believers, we must do everything to reach the lost souls who surround us.


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Foursquare Supports Civilians Caught in Israel-Gaza Conflict

By Andy Butcher

With violent clashes in the Gaza Strip, many Israeli and Palestinian civilians have been affected—losing work opportunities, evacuating from homes and living in perilous turmoil. Now Foursquare Disaster Relief, partnering with local workers, is sending funds for relief efforts—a symbol of kindness from believers abroad.


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FMI Sees Gospel Spreading in World’s ‘Hidden Places’

By Andy Butcher

In the MENACA region (Middle East, North Africa, Central Asia), less than 0.001 percent of the population is Christian. But despite challenges and dangers faced by believers in this region, Foursquare workers in the world’s “hidden places” are seeing people come to Christ with help from Foursquare Missions International’s Global Mission Fund.

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