The following is an opinion piece by Lt. Col. Edward "Dusty" Hill, The Salvation Army Western Territory's secretary for program. The views represented are his own and reflect his passion for The Salvation Army's long-standing international mission statement, which includes
By Lawrence Shiroma Major And he shall be like a tree, planted by the rivers of water (Ps. 1:3a). I recently read that longtime Alaskan Salvationist, Clarence Jackson, 78, Tlingit Eagle tribal leader of the Tsaagweidí—or Killer Whale Clan—quietly “Walked Into the Forest.”
By Robert Docter, Editor-In-Chief I’m sure you’re aware of our Army’s mission, and the interpretation of it made by John Gowans. Just to remind you, he said: “The Salvation Army exists to save souls, grow saints, serve suffering humanity.” Simple. Straightforward. Specific.
SCOTLAND—The Salvation Army in Glasgow is gearing up to host the 2014 Commonwealth Games (multisport). The sports ministry strategy is complete with a sports ministry coordinator, who will help church leaders throughout Scotland connect and build relationships. The Army in Glasgow