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  • Paul Risser With the Lord
    Former Foursquare President Paul Risser went to be with the Lord today, Dec. 15, 2017. He was 80 years old. In addition to leading The Foursquare Church from 1998 to 2004, he served on the Foursquare cabinet for many years after stepping down from the presidency.An ordained Foursquare minister, Paul also served on the denomination’s board of directors for 20 years, at one time chaired the missions council, and was a member of the board of trustees for Life Pacific College (LPC, also called LIFE Bible College). His legacy will continue far into the future through the Paul and Marilee Risser Endowment for Pastoral Leadership, created in 2009 through the Foursquare Foundation. The endowment later launched the National Residency Program, which provides young leaders with mentors and hands-on experience before they assume the duties of a fulltime pastorate. “First and foremost, Paul was a pastor and remained so until his last breath,” affirms Glenn Burris Jr., current president of The Foursquare Church. “Like every good pastor, he cared about people. He studied how to partner with people and care for them. His presidential legacy is particularly marked by his establishment of a retirement program for pastors. That was a major step forward for the Foursquare family.” Paul embraced the idea that everyone has a role to play in the kingdom of God. He gave evidence of that during Foursquare Connection 2015 when he talked about LPC having received accreditation during his presidency. “Dr. [Vaneda] Courtney always said LPC was a preacher factory,” Paul said to the convention body. “I believe in preachers and pastors. I love ‘em. Now, with LPC, Foursquare will have wonderful laymen all over the place. ... I believe there ought to be 200 great laypeople for every great pastor. Wouldn’t that be a blessing to our churches?”Paul Risser’s legacy will continue far into the future through the Paul and Marilee Risser Endowment for Pastoral Leadership, created in 2009 through the Foursquare Foundation. Born on Oct. 5, 1937, in Chattanooga, Tenn., Paul was the son of Foursquare ministers Otto and Martha Risser, who started their pastoral career in nearby Dayton after leading a revival there. Paul spent the first 10 years of his life in Dayton, still known nationwide as the scene of the infamous 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial and home to Bryan College. Founded in the aftermath of the trial, the school teaches a Christian worldview to thousands of students. The Rissers then moved to Muncie, Ind., where Paul attended junior high. His father then planted a Foursquare church in Battle Creek, Mich., where Paul attended high school and played on a state championship football team. After high school, he enrolled in LPC, where he met his wife, Marilee, the daughter of longtime Foursquare supervisors Dr. and Mrs. Craig Bigg. Marilee would become Paul’s lifelong partner both at home and in the ministry. Paul and Marilee had three sons and seven grandchildren. After graduation, Paul was appointed minister of youth at Lynwood Foursquare Church in Lynwood, Calif., before moving to Texas in 1962 to pastor Brownfield Foursquare Church. The church experienced dramatic growth during his decade there, a pattern duplicated in his final pastoral position at Florence Avenue Foursquare Church in Santa Fe Springs, Calif.“First and foremost, Paul was a pastor and remained so until his last breath.” —Glenn Burris Jr., president of The Foursquare Church Paul’s tenure there lasted for 26 years. Growing from 200 to 2,000 people by the time he left in 1998, the church became one of the denomination’s strongest. His youngest son, Terry, replaced him in the pulpit, while Marilee continued to teach a Sunday school class there. Known for its ministry to world missions, many Foursquare missionaries call Florence Avenue their “home church,” and many leaders look to it for direction and encouragement. The church’s missions emphasis reflects the missions consciousness Paul learned while growing up, when his parents hosted numerous missionaries and itinerant evangelists. He later would travel to 65 nations and preach in most of the major Foursquare mission fields. Some of the moving stories Paul heard as a youngster and on his travels found their way into his book, An Eye for Miracles, which Foursquare Media published in 2010. Public plans for a celebration of Paul’s life are being planned immediately after the first of the year at Angelus Temple. As soon as the date and time are confirmed, those will be made public. Paul Risser se fue con el SeñorEl ex-presidente Cuadrangular Paul Risser se fue hoy con el Señor, 15 diciembre de 2017. Él tenía 80 años. Además de dirigir La Iglesia Cuadrangular desde 1998 a 2004, él sirvió en el gabinete Cuadrangular por muchos años después de su mandato presidencial. Paul Risser, ex-presidente Cuadrangular Paul, un ministro Cuadrangular ordenado, también sirvió en la Junta directiva de la denominación por 20 años, dirigió el Concilio de misiones y fue miembro de Junta de directores de Life Pacific College (LPC, también conocido como LIFE Bible College). Su legado continuará en el futuro a través de la Fundación para el liderazgo pastoral de Paul y Marilee Risser, creado en 2009 por medio de la Fundación Cuadrangular. La fundación de Paul y Marilee lanzó el Programa de residencia nacional que provee mentores a líderes jóvenes y experiencia práctica antes de asumir las responsabilidades del pastorado tiempo completo. “Ante todo, Paul fue un pastor y lo siguió siendo hasta su último suspiro,” afirma Glenn Burris Jr., actual presidente del La Iglesia Cuadrangular. “Como todo buen pastor, apreciaba la gente. Él estudió como asociarse con las personas y como atenderlas. Su legado presidencial fue particularmente marcado por el Programa de jubilación para los pastores. Eso fue un gran paso adelante para la familia Cuadrangular.” Paul abrazó la idea que de todos tenemos un rol en ser parte del reino de Dios. Dio evidencia de esto durante la Conexión Cuadrangular 2015 cuando habló acerca de la acreditación de LPC durante su presidencia. Paul dijo al cuerpo de la convención, “La Dra. [Vaneda] Courtney siempre dijo que LPC era una fábrica de predicadores.” “Yo creo en predicadores y pastores. Los amo. Ahora, junto con LPC, La Cuadrangular tendrá unos maravillosos obreros laicos en todas partes. …Creo que debe haber 200 obreros laicos por cada buen pastor. ¿No sería esto una bendición para nuestras iglesias?”El legado de Paul Risser continuará en el futuro a través de la Fundación para el liderazgo pastoral de Paul y Marilee Risser, creado en 2009 por la Fundación Cuadrangular. Él nació el 5 de octubre de 1937 en Chattanooga, Tennessee, Paul fue hijo de los ministros Otto y Martha Risser, quienes comenzaron su profesión pastoral cerca de Dayton después de dirigir un avivamiento. Paul pasó los primeros 10 años de su vida en Dayton, aun conocido nacionalmente como la escena infame del juicio Scopes Monkey de 1925 y el hogar de Bryan College. El colegio fue fundado después del juicio, y enseñan una cosmovisión cristiana a miles de alumnos. Los Risser se mudaron de allí a Muncie, Indiana donde Paul fue a la secundaria. Sus padres después plantaron una iglesia Cuadrangular en Battle Creek, Michigan. Allí, fue donde Paul cursó la preparatoria y jugó en un campeonato estatal de fútbol americano. Después de la preparatoria, se matriculó a LPC donde conoció a su esposa, Marilee, hija de los supervisores cuadrangulares, el Dr. y Sra. Craig Bigg. Marilee se convirtió en la acompañante de vida de Paul en casa y en el ministerio. Paul y Marilee tuvieron tres hijos y siete nietos. Después de graduarse, Paul fue pastor de jóvenes en Lynwood Foursquare Church en Lynwood, California antes de mudarse a Texas en 1962 para pastorear Brownfield Foursquare Church. La iglesia vivió un crecimiento impresionante durante la década que estuvo allí, un patrón que se duplicó en su asignación pastoral final en Florence Avenue Foursquare Church en Santa Fe Springs, California.“Ante todo, Paul fue un pastor y lo siguió siendo hasta su último suspiro.” —Glenn Burris Jr., presidente de La Iglesia Cuadrangular El pastorado de Paul allí duró 26 años. La iglesia creció de 200 a 2,000 personas antes que dejará la iglesia en 1998. La iglesia se convirtió en una de las iglesias más fuertes dentro de la denominación. Su hijo menor, Terry, lo reemplazó en el púlpito, mientras que Marilee continuó enseñando en la escuela dominical. La iglesia fue conocida por su ministerio a las misiones globales, por misioneros que la consideraban como su iglesia y por la dirección y ánimo que muchos líderes recibían allí. El énfasis de la misión de la iglesia reflejaba la conciencia misionera de Paul que aprendió al crecer cuando sus padres recibían numerosas misioneros y evangelistas. Después viajó a 65 naciones y predicó en la mayoría de los campos misioneros de La Cuadrangular. Algunas de las historias conmovedoras que Paul escuchó de niño y en sus viajes se encuentran en su libro, An Eye for Miracles, que fue publicado por Foursquare Media en 2010.
  • The Gospel of the Broken
    It started as a typical Thursday morning in the office—coffee in hand, sitting down to finalize my message for the upcoming weekend—when two police officers showed up with the worst news a parent can ever receive.Our oldest son, Chase, had died in a one-car accident on his way to work that morning. Our world immediately turned upside-down. Even now, more than a year later, as I write this devotional, my heart breaks, and I yearn to see my son again. As pastors and leaders, we often run from the pain and uncertainty in our lives and in the lives of others. We put on a strong face, not letting our churches know how broken we actually are. We keep a safe distance from others to shield them from seeing our wounds or to keep their burdens from becoming our own. But I could not run from this pain or try to turn it off when I was in front of our congregation. Pretending everything was OK was not an option. Jesus incarnated Himself in our brokenness. Isaiah, the prophet, reminds us that Jesus was acquainted with our grief (Isa. 53). Somehow the Son of God entered into our pain, our questions and our misunderstandings. We see it in His interactions with the woman at the well, the adulteress in the dirt about to be stoned to death, the little guy up in the tree and the denying disciple. “The Spirit of the Lord is upon Me, because He has anointed Me to preach the gospel to the poor; He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed; to proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord” (Luke 4:18-19, NKJV). My district supervisor, Gabe Barreiro, recently said: “I continually marvel at the life Jesus modeled in the public domain. The Scriptures show us His transformative interactions with people along the broken road of life.” I’ve realized something since my son went to be with Jesus: The gospel stands as much in humility and brokenness as it does in power and victory. The gospel is as much “I was blind” as it is “I can see.” The gospel is embodied by you and me in the public domain as we live authentic lives before our God, ourselves and others. The culture doesn’t need our pious, religious sayings, such as, “God is good, all the time, and all the time, God is good.” What the world needs to see is that God is good in our brokenness, and that He even works through our brokenness. God is good, not just on the other side of our pain: He’s good in it. We don’t have to hide our pain until it has been remedied. Every great story has conflict and tension. We must stop hiding ours from the people in our churches and communities. You are good news. Your story and your journey, in all its rawness, is good news to a world without answers and without hope. Without Jesus. The gospel, as we embody it, is not devoid of our own struggle; it is birthed from it. Prayer Points Ask the Lord for a trusted relationship or two in which you can share all your brokenness and hurt. Be selective. Choose someone of the same gender who has your back and whom you are confident will keep what you share confidential. In your next message or leadership talk, pray about sharing a current struggle in your personal life, asking the Lord for discernment on how much to share. Allow God to give you fresh eyes to see the hurt and brokenness around you—in your own family, in your congregation and in your city. Ask Him for the heart to respond with compassion and mercy. Share your thoughts. See comments below, and add your own.
  • In the Spotlight
    “Wow! I never saw that before!” How many times have you said those words to yourself when you’re reading the Word? I highly suspect that you’re like me. It happens all the time to all of us, doesn’t it?It doesn’t matter how long we’ve walked with the Lord or how many times we’ve read through the Bible; it’ll still happen. God throws a 20,000-lumen spotlight on a truth and illuminates it in such a way that we wonder why we never saw it before. When I was translating the Bible into the Choco language of Central and South America, I could hardly wait till the next time that bright light would shine down. I always found myself praying: “Give me light, Lord. Give me light! Illuminate the truth of this passage to my heart so I can make it clear in their language.” Then I would always ask myself, “If Jesus were saying this in Choco, how would He say it?” Not long ago, I had another one of those “I never saw that before” moments. I was teaching about communion at our Prime Timers senior retreat. The cup, of course, represents Jesus’ shed blood. There are so many verses about what God does for us through that blood. Here’s truth from just a few of them: He forgives us. He purchases us. He paid the price for our sins. He justifies us—declares us to be holy. He reconciles us. He makes us holy. In fact, there’s so much to say about what the blood does for us, I had to limit it and reduce my focus to only 10 quick points. Well, maybe I can use the other verses at next year’s retreat.  Then it was time to teach about the bread. I always had rather limited myself to the truth in the bread that we are healed by His stripes. And that is a great truth, for sure. But I wasn’t quite ready for the spotlight that was coming my way. Listen to what the book of Hebrews says: “Therefore, brothers and sisters, since we have confidence to enter the Most Holy Place by the blood of Jesus, by a new and living way opened for us through the curtain, that is, His body … let us draw near to God …” (Heb. 10:19-22, NIV, emphasis added). If you combine those italicized words into a stand-alone sentence, you have: "The curtain into God’s presence is His body." When Jesus died, that thick curtain was ripped apart from top to bottom. Without doubt, it was God Himself who was doing the ripping. And what He was doing was providing a fresh, new, life-giving way for all of us to draw near to God. There I was, holding this little piece of bread in my hand and reading, “This bread is my body,” when that truth spotlight hit me. It was another one of those “I never saw that before!” moments. This bread is His body. The opened curtain is His body. Put those two together and you have the big “A” word—what God is putting in the spotlight is His incredible gift to us: “access.” The door is forever open for us to come before His throne. And the little piece of bread in my hand was to always remind us of that. Wow! Oh how we love it, Lord, when You keep brilliantly illuminating the truths that You left for us in Your Word. When we hold this bread (curtain) in our hands, we will be diligent to follow Your command, “Remember me.” Prayer Points Pray for freshly illuminated truth in your heart each time you are in the Word. Ask God for clear direction in the way that He will use you in your ministry as a restorer of broken lives. Be tenacious in asking God for wisdom, insight and clear direction in all your endeavors to see people set free from bondage. Share your thoughts. See comments below, and add your own.
  • Sometimes Miracles Hide
    Jesus was invited to a wedding where the wine ran short. At a Jewish wedding, that would have dishonored the family of the bride and groom because they had not provided for the guests as a good family should have. That is when Jesus’s mother pleaded with Him to do something.Jesus gave instruction to the servants to fill water jars. It wasn’t the most plausible resolution attempt, but Jesus’s mother told the servants, “Whatever He says to you, do it” (John 2:5, NKJV). So, that’s exactly what they did. They filled the buckets to the brim. The water jars held 180 gallons, so the number of trips to the city well with their gallon-or-so buckets would have taken them a while. There were no water faucets to turn on and no hoses. It was a bucket brigade to fill the voluminous water pots. Then Jesus asked them to take a ladleful from the newly filled water pots to the master of the banquet. I’m certain these servants felt foolish doing what they were asked to do. I would have! But when the master of the banquet tried the liquid (that had been turned to wine), he became ecstatic. The flavor! The bouquet! The palate! “Why,” he exclaimed, “this wedding has saved the very best for last!” (John 2:5-10, NKJV, paraphrased). When did the water actually turn into wine? Where—along the line of fetching the buckets, walking to the well, scooping the water, over several trips—did this transformative miracle take place; when did the common become the miraculous? Do you know? Does it say? Maybe it was when they drew the water. Or when it touched the master of the banquet’s lips. We are not told explicitly, but it must have happened somewhere in between. It took place somewhere in that process of obedience. While working through the doubts, they put one foot in front of the other in willing compliance to the Master Himself. It was the forward motion of obeying what they heard instead of slipping out the back door in embarrassment. I think God designed it to happen that way. Miracles often hide in the day-to-day steps of obedience. In the oftentimes common, and sometimes monotonous, tasks where we are simply following Jesus, they happen. Listening to Him, learning what He wants us to be doing each moment, each morning, each day—somewhere in our following, we turn around and the water has turned to wine. We don’t know exactly when or where that miraculous alchemy takes place. We can’t point to a certain service or to that certain moment. All we know is that somewhere along the line, old thoughts become new, our family becomes more content, our work more fulfilling and our influence richer. Miracles hide in day-to-day obedience. We love the grand services and the roar of the concerts, but the greatest miracles often hide. They hide in simple moments of devotion. They hide when we struggle with doubts when we don’t see wine yet. Miracles may hide, but they are not absent. They are present and will soon be revealed. True servants will find that out. The others will be left by the back door. Prayer Points Pray that the Lord will help leaders to have the courage necessary not only to be in a position of leadership, but also to do the work of a leader (Joshua 1:8-9). Pray for the leaders of our Foursquare family, that God will continue to give us vision for our future. Pray for men and women in spiritual leadership to be men and women of great virtue and character. Share your thoughts. See comments below, and add your own.
  • Join the Foursquare Family for 21 Days of Prayer + Fasting
    For the past two years, the Foursquare family has united together across the globe in prayer and fasting at the start of the new year.This posture of united and collective faith is our way of declaring our ongoing need for God’s mercies, power and leading in all things. We are contending for a mighty move of His Spirit that spreads throughout the world. Foursquare’s theme for 2018 is “Transformed by Jesus.” Throughout Scripture, we see the Spirit in every facet of God’s plan: from creation, to the cross, to the resurrection, to the birth of the church, and to advancing God’s mission. While we anticipate the day when all of creation will one day be restored, we are being renewed and transformed daily. This “present moment” transforming power in us will be used by God to transform others and the world around us, and advancing God’s mission is our target and goal for 2018. What does a life transformed by Jesus look like? Transformed lives are fruitful; they display the fruit of the Spirit. We are familiar with the qualities of this fruit described in Galatians 5:22-23: “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law” (NIV). Notice it does not say fruits; rather, fruit is stated as singular. The qualities that characterize the fruit of the Spirit are interconnected. Think about it: Can genuine kindness exist without love? Can peace be present without goodness or gentleness or even self-control? When God’s Spirit does a transforming work of the inner life of our spirit, all the qualities of this fruit begin to naturally display themselves outwardly. This is how God can use inner transformation to bring about transformation of the world.Let’s dive deep into the book of Acts together, reading it every month over the course of this next year. Let it encourage us toward deeper transformation, inspire us to greater faith and release every one of us to be world-changers. The early church shows us how powerfully transformed lives can do just that. Look at the lives of the believers in the Acts church: Spirit-filled, converted and transformed in the most literal sense. What they had witnessed and experienced with Jesus was undeniable and supernatural; there was no going back to the old life and the way things were. We get a sense of urgency in the ways the gospel went forth following Jesus’s ascension. It was as if believers were more than called to spread the gospel; they were compelled to. What they had experienced was too big and had done too much in their own lives that they just had to share the Good News. Let’s pray and fast together this year for that kind of transformation and motivation. The Spirit of Him who raised Jesus from the dead is living in you (Rom 8:11), and only He has the power to transform us into transformers. During the first 21 days of 2018, our daily devotionals will focus on the fruit of the Spirit and the gifts of the Spirit. Leaders from our nation and around the world will remind us that the fruit borne from spiritual transformation will compel us to utilize the gifts He’s already empowered us to use. Let’s dive deep into the book of Acts together, reading it every month over the course of this next year. Let it encourage us toward deeper transformation, inspire us to greater faith and release every one of us to be world-changers.The Spirit of Him who raised Jesus from the dead is living in you (Rom 8:11), and only He has the power to transform us into transformers. Although we are not specifically giving fasting instructions, it is vitally important to see the spiritual accelerant that fasting is. As I’ve shared before, it helps bring focus and discipline. It changes our routine and prioritizes our spiritual direction. It helps clear away the clutter and allows us to hear God’s voice more clearly. Combined with prayer, fasting takes us into a spiritual stratosphere that wars against Satan’s strongholds. We’re asking that you consider fasting something that would be a personal sacrifice during those 21 days. Some will fast from food or particular foods. Others will choose activities. Beginning Jan. 1, each day’s focus will be delivered via email to all Foursquare credentialed ministers in the U.S., national leaders and anyone else who would like to sign up for it. We are asking for global partnership with Foursquare churches around the world. We are inviting you to encourage your friends, family, ministry partners, staff members and congregants to sign up to receive these daily reminders to pray or to download the new Foursquare Prayer App (available here on Android and here on Apple devices) to get daily notifications.   Subscribe to 21 Days of Prayer + Fasting Emails Name Email Would you like to receive prayer points during Foursquare’s 21 Days of Prayer + Fasting, as well as receive the weekly Foursquare Leader Prayer email? YesNo Subscribe Únase a la Familia Cuadrangular para los 21 Días de Oración y AyunoDurante los últimos dos años, la familia Cuadrangular se ha unido por todo el mundo en oración y ayuno al comienzo del nuevo año. Esta postura de fe unida y colectiva es nuestra manera de declarar nuestra necesidad continua de las misericordias, el poder y la dirección de Dios en todas las cosas. Estamos luchando por un gran movimiento de su Espíritu que se extienda por todo el mundo. El tema de la Iglesia Cuadrangular para 2018 es "Transformados por Jesús". A lo largo de la escritura, vemos al Espíritu en cada faceta del plan de Dios: desde la creación, hasta la cruz, la resurrección, el nacimiento de la iglesia y hasta el avance de la misión de Dios. Mientras anticipamos el día en que toda la creación será restaurada, estamos siendo renovados y transformados diariamente. Este poder transformador del "momento presente" en nosotros será utilizado por Dios para transformar a los demás y al mundo que nos rodea, y avanzar la misión de Dios es nuestro objetivo y meta para 2018. ¿Cómo se ve una vida transformada por Jesús? Las vidas transformadas son fructíferas; muestran el fruto del Espíritu. Conocemos las cualidades de este fruto del Espíritu descrito en Gálatas 5:22-23: "Pero el fruto del Espíritu es amor, gozo, paz, paciencia, benignidad, bondad, fe, mansedumbre, templanza; contra tales cosas no hay ley " (RVR1995). Observe que no dice frutos; más bien, fruto se declara en singular. Las cualidades que caracterizan el fruto del Espíritu están interconectadas. Piénselo: ¿puede existir la bondad genuina sin amor? ¿Puede la paz estar presente sin bondad o mansedumbre o incluso dominio propio? Cuando el Espíritu de Dios hace una obra transformadora de la vida interior de nuestro espíritu, todas las cualidades de este fruto comienzan a manifestarse naturalmente hacia fuera. Así es como Dios puede usar la transformación interna para lograr la transformación del mundo.Profundicemos en el libro de los Hechos juntos, leyéndolo cada mes a lo largo de este año. Permita que nos anime a una transformación más profunda, que nos inspire a una fe más grande y que nos libere a cada uno de nosotros para cambiar el mundo. La iglesia primitiva nos muestra cómo vidas transformadas poderosamente pueden hacer precisamente eso. Mire las vidas de los creyentes en la iglesia de Hechos: llenas del Espíritu, convertidas y transformadas en el sentido más literal. Lo que habían presenciado y experimentado con Jesús era innegable y sobrenatural; no había vuelta atrás a la vida anterior y a cómo eran las cosas antes. Recibimos un sentido de urgencia en la forma en que el evangelio avanzó después de la ascensión de Jesús. Era como si los creyentes estuvieran más que llamados a esparcir el evangelio; se vieron obligados a hacerlo. Lo que habían experimentado era demasiado grande y habían hecho demasiado en sus propias vidas que simplemente tenían que compartir las Buenas Nuevas. Oremos y ayunemos juntos este año por ese tipo de transformación y motivación. El Espíritu de Aquel que levantó a Jesús de los muertos está viviendo en usted (Romanos 8:11), y solo Él tiene el poder de transformarnos en transformadores. Durante los primeros 21 días de 2018, nuestros devocionales diarios se enfocarán en el fruto del Espíritu y en los dones del Espíritu. Líderes de nuestra nación y de todo el mundo nos recordarán que el fruto nacido de la transformación espiritual nos obligará a utilizar los dones que Él ya nos empoderó a usar. Profundicemos en el libro de los Hechos juntos, leyéndolo cada mes a lo largo de este próximo año. Permita que nos anime a una transformación más profunda, nos inspire a una fe más grande y nos libere a cada uno de nosotros a ser gente que cambia el mundo. Aunque no estamos dando instrucciones específicas de ayuno, es de importancia vital ver que el ayuno es un acelerante espiritual. Como he compartido antes, ayuda a traer enfoque y disciplina. Cambia nuestra rutina y prioriza nuestra dirección espiritual. Ayuda a despejar el desorden y nos permite escuchar la voz de Dios más claramente. Combinado con la oración, el ayuno nos lleva a una estratosfera espiritual que guerrea contra las fortalezas de Satanás. Te pedimos que consideres ayunar algo que sería un sacrificio personal durante esos 21 días. Algunos ayunarán de comida o de algunas comidas en particular. Otros elegirán actividades. A partir del 1ro de enero, el enfoque de cada día se enviará por correo electrónico a todos los ministros con credenciales Cuadrangular en los EE. UU., líderes nacionales y cualquier persona que se inscriba para recibirlos. Estamos pidiendo una colaboración global con las iglesias Cuadrangulares de todo el mundo. Le invitamos a animar a sus amigos, familiares, compañeros de ministerio, miembros de personal y congregantes a inscribirse para recibir estos recordatorios diarios para orar o descargar la aplicación de Oración Cuadrangular en la tienda de iTunes para dispositivos Apple, o en la tienda de Google Play para dispositivos Android para recibir notificaciones diarias.   Inscríbase a los correos electrónicos de los 21 Días de Oración y Ayuno Nombre Correo Electrónico ¿Quiere recibir nuestros puntos de oración y devocionales durante los 21 Días de Oración y Ayuno de la Cuadrangular? SiNo Inscríbase

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