Vision Delegates Speak


“I thought it was very fortunate that the officers and soldiers came to the rally together. We can catch the vision and move forward as one, because we know that God goes before us preparing the way. Romans 8:31 says ‘if God is for us who can be against us?'”

–Felicia Grant
(1st generation Salvationist) Bethsaida Corps

“I was totally inspired by the Vision Rally. The Commissioner’s comments with regard to the fact that the vision process is not being mandated by THQ but should come from God and his people was most encouraging. The vision box containing the tools to help facilitate the vision process will be well used over the next few months.”

–Captain Cruz Rodriges
Red Bluff Corps

“This (the first time that territorial headquarters has asked for input at corps level in regards to the future direction of the Army’s ministry) gets people excited. The Salvation Army says that people matter most and this seminar echoes that fact to both the participants and those whose lives will be impacted for years to come.”

–Major David Hudson, Divisional Secretary,
Sierra Del Mar

“The visioning process gave us a greater clarity on seeking God’s will, especially in our local area.”
–Lt. Thom Poochigian
Hemet Corps

“It was the first time we had been to something like this. We have a good impression of our leaders. I like how Colonel Luttrell asked corps to create a vision. A vision will help the corps to have a focus. The survey results were very informative, a useful tool to understand our weaknesses.”

–Mario Ruiz, Sr. and Mario Ruiz, Jr.
Compton Temple

“The rally is a real stepping stone for the division and gives people on the front lines a first hand opportunity to participate and shape what happens to the Army.”

–Claire Woods
Executive Director of The Salvation Army Family Treatment Center
Hawaii; Guiding Coalition member

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