A report from the Foursquare president, over 18,000 campers, passed bylaws and more are all included in the Foursquare 2019 business overview, which was presented to the Foursquare cabinet in March 2019. Take time to review the presentations and PDF reports from the president, national church office, Foursquare Missions International, operations, and the financial team.
With stake 1 firmly planted in aligning everything to the great commission, President Glenn Burris Jr. shared the progress made on the Five Stakes of Reimagine Foursquare in the past four years and how they have strengthened us as a movement.
National church office report
Tammy Dunahoo shared that over 18,000 young people were involved in our camping program last year, resulting in thousands of first-time decisions for Christ, Holy Spirit baptisms and calls to ministry.
With Foursquare Missions International having more workers than ever worldwide, global partnerships creating new inroads, and strong contributions to the Global Missions Fund, Ted Vail celebrated both the strategic efforts and great successes of our missions endeavors last year.
Adam Davidson reported over $800,000 in reduced costs in the past few years, paired with the celebration of the intentional development of improved systems being implemented to serve our pastors and churches better.
After multiple years of strong financial records and record-low delinquencies on loans, the 2018 report presented by Ron Thigpenn gave great reason to be confident in the continued financial health of The Foursquare Church.
Proposed bylaw amendments
This year’s proposed bylaw amendments from the bylaw committee contain many changes. In addition, like every year, some bylaw proposals are needed to keep the bylaws in step with current administration practices.