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Sent to Business: Chanda Crutcher

By Rachel Chimits

Chanda Crutcher always had heart for older people, even when she was a child. God took that passion in her adult life and turned it into a successful business that helps senior citizens who are disabled and disregarded. The founding director of American Senior Assistance Programs, Inc. (ASAP) advises potential business owners to “ask God to break your heart for what breaks His, and He will build on that foundation.”


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Sent to Government: Kelly Tshibaka

By Ken Walker

As Kelly Tshibaka has followed the Lord’s leading, she has ended up ministering to people in the most incredible places—including government agencies and the CIA. The co-pastor of Mount Vernon Foursquare Fellowship (Mount Vernon Foursquare Church) in Alexandria, Va., shares her journey of following one “divine appointment” to another.


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Sent to Business: Grace Gonzalez

By Melisa Prieto

Grace Gonzalez, raised a Foursquare pastor’s kid, wanted to be a nurse so she could change people’s lives. Instead, God led her into banking—and she’s discovered that God is using her to change lives there instead. As a branch manager for Wells Fargo, she uses her influence to serve both employees and customers, helping them achieve professional and personal goals.


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Five Young Foursquare Women Awarded Scholarships

By Anabel Muñoz

The Foursquare Church has awarded five Alabaster House Legacy Scholarships for 2015 to young women pursuing ministry training through Foursquare’s Life Pacific College, Ignite-Life Pacific College and Emerging Leader Network.



Shaking Tradition to Transform a Community

By Jimmy Stewart

When Tina Spellman became senior pastor of a small Foursquare church in Georgia, it was with the goal of changing from a traditional church to a missional one that would transform the community of Adairsville. Today, the church is a multi-site body of mission-minded disciples who reach well beyond their town.


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Education and Racial Reconciliation: Doretha O’Quinn

By Ken Walker

With achievements including “Outstanding African-American Educator of the Year,” Doretha O’Quinn, with her passion for education and racial reconciliation, is reaching leaders globally. Provost and vice president of academic affairs at Vanguard University, Doretha, an ordained Foursquare minister, has taught educators, government officials and business leaders worldwide.


Leadership Profiles

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.


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One Simple Idea Can Change Everything: Blythe Hill

By Blythe Hill

When Foursquare church member Blythe Hill came up with a fun idea one day, she didn’t realize it would be the beginning of a movement that would strive to right the wrongs of human trafficking. Last year alone, her Dressember organization raised more than $465,000 to help women around the world find freedom from slavery’s bonds.


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From the Fishbowl to the Mission Field: Katie Baker

By Katie Baker

A pastor’s kid in a small town, Katie Baker felt like she was living in a fishbowl. But she eventually found God’s call on her life apart from others’ expectations, and has recently been appointed as a Foursquare Missions International (FMI) missionary to El Salvador.



Prime Planting

By Natalie Werking

So many parallels exist among gardening, planting churches and discipling believers. What are we doing with what we’ve been sent to sow? Are our timing and planting processes appropriate? Assisting Minister Natalie Werking shares why methodical “planting” over time is needed to truly reap a harvest for His kingdom.

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