Renowned author, speaker and church planter Wayne Cordeiro, senior pastor of New Hope (Oahu South Foursquare Church) in Honolulu, challenges Foursquare leaders to rediscover who we are. To do this, we must experience renewal, think like a movement, and never forget our core assignment from Christ. Recorded live at Connection 2012 in Phoenix.
To reclaim our voices and renew our denomination, Wayne Cordeiro, senior pastor of New Hope (Oahu South Foursquare Church) in Honolulu, calls all Foursquare leaders to identify what must never change—and what must—for Foursquare’s mission to be fulfilled.
In this live recording from Connection 2012 in Phoenix, Wayne notes that our movement can take tips from the business world to realign its ministry. For example, he uses the example of how the iPhone 4S’s digital aid, Siri, can identify its maker and its purpose.
“If these technological machines know what their purpose is, who made them, what they should focus on and what they should not,” Wayne asks, “how much more must we?”
As God’s kids, we must acknowledge our God-given purpose and experience renewal to “deliver afresh what’s we’ve always believed,” Wayne asserts. Then, if The Foursquare Church can function as a movement instead of an institution, its leaders will bring renewal to the world through Jesus Christ and ignite true revival.
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