Active in Foursquare, Randy currently serves on the president’s council, missions committee and the Foursquare cabinet. He has been supervisor of the Puget Sound/Alaska District under the multiplied districts model, a divisional superintendent, on the district advisory council of the North Pacific District and served on the Life Pacific College board of trustees.
“I am convinced that our best days lie in front of us,” says Randy, whose relationship with Foursquare began three decades ago when he was invited to speak at a district youth camp. “Jesus has a prophetic purpose for The Foursquare Church, and the future opportunities we embrace will flow from that mantle. I am energized by the zeal within our movement to risk everything in fulfilling the Great Commission.”
Convinced that a teachable heart is one of the most crucial attributes Jesus imparts to His followers, Randy calls himself a “lifelong learner” and is committed to formal and informal education. His degrees include an Associate of Arts in Practical Theology from Christ for the Nations Institute; a Bachelor of Arts from Life Pacific College, with a major in Biblical Studies and a minor in Cross-Cultural Communication; and a Master of Arts in Strategic Leadership from Life Pacific.
Informally, Randy says he is a voracious reader, podcast listener and seminar attender. Among his Foursquare mentors have been Ron Mehl (whom he succeeded at Beaverton Foursquare Church), Sam Middlebrook, Eloise Clarno, Dick Scott and Larry Spousta. Randy is especially thankful for the unique opportunities afforded him to collaborate with the wider Foursquare family in fulfilling the Great Commission. He wants others to have the same opportunities for relationships, development, partnerships and resources that benefited him.
Randy and his wife, Sandy, have been married for 30 years. They have three adult sons: Joseph, Sam and Thomas. The Remingtons live on a small farm, enjoying its many projects and chores.