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In the introduction, Foursquare President Glenn Burris Jr. writes that this book is “an invitation to become engaged at a new level of conversation that ensures we will continue to practice the Acts 15 model of ‘eldering’ our way into the future.” Edited by Gateway District Supervisor Sam Rockwell, with contributions from pastors, district leaders and global missionaries, the seven chapters cover elements that factor into our unique Foursquare identity. The five keystones, or “domains of expertise,” addressed are Integrated Mission, Women in Senior Leadership, Pentecostal Ethos, Indigenous Empowerment and Moderation/Middle of the Road Policy. The book is under 100 pages, but the content is weighty in every good way.


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