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The Foursquare annual convention is quickly approaching. This year’s convention will be held in Washington, D.C., on May 29-June 1 and has the theme “Your Kingdom Come–In Word and In Power.”

“Could I suggest that our late-spring gathering in Washington, D.C., has been choreographed at this hour and in that place as a means of helping us deepen our sense of how pivotal the people of God are in determining world affairs,” says Foursquare President Jack Hayford. “As your servant, reaching to encourage you in all your tasks, and as your companion in prayer and ministry, I want to urge you to plan on Convention ’06.”

Convention attendees can expect a host of guest speakers for the main services, as well as a diverse group of leaders for over 40 workshops offered. The workshops cover a range of leadership issues, from “The Community Center Revolution” to “Harnessing Technology for Ministry,” to “White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives.”

Convention kids program for children between the ages of 5-10 will be available during the morning and evening sessions with lots of activities planned. A cry room will be available for children under 5 years old. Space is limited. Sign up for the kids program when you register. To find out more about the convention kids program visit For more details by phone, call the Convention Help Desk at 877.423.4633.

This year’s convention will also include a Sunday morning service led by Jack Hayford for anyone who arrives early. The service will include worship and communion and begins at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday, May 28.

Register before April 15 to receive the pre-convention pricing and save as much as $30 per person.

More information about the 2006 Foursquare convention is available online at, including an invitation from Pastor Jack Hayford, a complete schedule and registration information.

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