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45 Ministries Will Share More Than $3.2 Million and Hope to Usher More Than 1.2 Million Souls into Eternity with the Lord

The Foursquare Foundation, a charitable organization that exists to accelerate evangelism efforts, has released the names of 45 ministries that will share $3.2 million in ministry funding. This announcement celebrates two Foundation milestones: Largest number of grant applicants—406–and the largest distribution of grant monies in the history of the Foundation.

Visit Foursquare Foundation Grants to view a listing of the grant recipients.

Dr. Greg Campbell, executive director of the Foursquare Foundation, announced the second-half ’06 grant recipients.

“Being a partner in building the kingdom–by supporting the evangelical efforts of these ministries–is a blessing for the Foundation and our constituents,” said Campbell. “We are excited to be part of God’s world-altering, kingdom-building efforts that are being accomplished through each of these ministries.”

For Executive Director Campbell, the latest round of grants represents another opportunity for The Foursquare Church to impact the world for the kingdom. “It is a privilege for us as a member of this church–and as members of the Body of Christ–to reach out to all nations with the Gospel message and help fulfill the Great Commission as our Lord commanded.”

The Foursquare Foundation is a charitable foundation of The Foursquare Church. The Foundation exists to accelerate evangelism efforts in the United States and around the world. Demonstrating a commitment to interdenominational ministry, the Foundation has set a goal to give ten percent of its funding for ministry efforts outside the Foursquare denomination.

Online grant applications are available biannually, Jan. 1-Feb. 15 and Jul. 1-Aug. 15. Submission deadlines are Feb. 15 and Aug. 15.

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