General Brian Peddle and Commissioner Rosalie Peddle, World President of Women’s Ministries, touched down in Wellington, New Zealand, for a short but significant weekend of ministry that included commissioning celebrations and the retirement of the leaders of the New Zealand,

By Kevin and Jane Sandford, Envoys -  General Brian Peddle and Commissioner Rosalie Peddle, World President of Women’s Ministries, recently visited the Indonesia Territory on the 125th anniversary of Salvation Army ministry starting in the country.  Upon arrival at Jakarta’s international airport,

Speaking from his ruined hometown, Lt. Colonel Yusak Tampai praises courage and determination of Salvationists and volunteers. Given the scale of destruction caused by the earthquake and tsunami in Palu, Indonesia, the emergency phase of The Salvation Army’s response is expected

More than a quarter of a million Filipinos have been adversely affected by Typhoon Ompong (also known as Typhoon Mangkhut), one of the strongest South China Sea storms in years. Northern parts of the Philippines have been most severely hit,

Recovery, medical and support work is continuing in Lombok, Indonesia, following the damaging July 29 earthquake and subsequent tremors. Following detailed assessments of needs and complex logistics planning, The Salvation Army is focusing on assisting families and individuals in seven

The Salvation Army in Indonesia is providing medical and other assistance to people affected by a series of earthquakes that hit the island of Lombok. While the current official death toll is 259 people, provincial officials and local media report

By Lee Deok-kyun, Major - The 110th anniversary of Salvation Army ministry in Korea was celebrated under the leadership of General André Cox and Commissioner Silvia Cox, World President of Women’s Ministries. As well as spending time in Korea—leading meetings and visiting Salvation

Chinese-American Salvationists welcome news of Army’s heightened status in China. Christianity is growing in China, and The Salvation Army is set to expand its ministry within the country, thanks to official recognition and registration by the Chinese government. Chinese-American Salvationists in