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Have you ever wondered how people become Foursquare missionaries? Is it like training for American Ninja Warrior? Is there a Special Ops Christian Bootcamp? Do you have to prove your superiority at Bible Quiz? What about eating bugs?

OK, maybe you’ve not pictured things that way, but sometimes as leaders encouraging others to pursue their calling, or people receiving the call to the nations for themselves, we have no idea where to begin.

If visiting Foursquare Missions International (FMI) online isn’t enough for you, how about this one-hour Studio session, recorded live at Foursquare Connection 2015 in Anaheim, Calif., featuring Jim Scott, director of FMI and vice president of global operations; Dan Lucero, area missionary to West and Central Africa and Francophone Nations with his wife, Martine; and Audrey Doumen, FMI deployment coordinator?

Answering questions on what missionaries do, how people can serve bi-vocationally, what the pre-deployment process looks like, how long that can take and much more, these missions leaders provide a broad view of the FMI deployment process.

To see more from Connection 2015, click here.