On Monday, March 11, 2019, the diverse members of the Foursquare cabinet convened for three days of meetings to discuss the business of the Foursquare movement, pray together and seek the will of the Lord, especially regarding the upcoming presidential election. Coming from around the nation and with varied perspectives, this advisory body to the board of directors meets at least once a year to assess where we’re heading as a movement and discuss steps that will keep us aligned for greater fruitfulness.

This year, with the presidential election in sight, the majority of the days were spent reviewing the nominee selection process, interviewing potential candidates and voting on the final names that will be presented to the convention body and absentee voters for consideration this May. Tammy Dunahoo and Randy Remington are the 2019 presidential candidates; read the news announcement here. Additional details will be available at 4sq.ca/election2019.

Summaries of the 2018 reports from our executives were presented with a general feeling of optimism as well as intentionality to keep on track for the future.

There was much to discuss beyond the election proceedings as the cabinet also attended to normal annual responsibilities. Summaries of the 2018 reports from our executives were presented with a general feeling of optimism as well as intentionality to keep on track for the future. Bylaw updates were also reviewed that will keep our corporate documents current and relevant into the future.

The full reports are now posted for review, and each executive will present a summary via video to the convention body in May. To download the full reports and watch video summaries, visit foursquareleader.org.

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