People are led to God in The Salvation Army. Often they want to join us. It’s a good plan.
Considering what you learned today, what can we expect? All of us are living in learning labs. Things come to us for the first time and other things are brought to our attention again for the umpteenth time. What is it that we do with it all? In a believer’s world, it all gets measured […]
The world is changing at an incredible pace. Scientific and medical advances are mind boggling and wonderful at the same time. Fuel efficiency, ecological balance, and diminishing prejudices are the signs of the times, yet hunger, poverty, abuse and the lack of peace in the world still seem to survive and in many ways, triumph. […]
The Bible is clear about the need for unity in the journey of the believers. Jesus said, “A new command I give you that you love one another. By this will all men know that you are my disciples.”(John 13:34) In His high priestly prayer, He prayed,”Neither pray I for these alone (the disciples) but […]
NEWS RELEASE: The Salvation Army Continues ‘Responsive and Appropriate’ Reaction to Ebola Epidemic (Update 17 October) London, 17 October 2014/IHQ/ – THE Salvation Army is continuing to address and monitor the Ebola epidemic in west Africa, with particular focus on the countries of Sierra Leone and Liberia, the two countries that are most-affected by the […]
Here’s a short video of the impact of Count Me In Convention. Hallelujah!
NEWS FEATURE: ‘Count Me In’ Convention Celebrates Success and Closer Integration MORE than 5,000 people attended the first-ever ‘Count Me In’ convention, celebrating the adult rehabilitation centre (ARC) programme in The Salvation Army’s USA Western Territory and its emerging partnership with corps (church) ministry. ARC beneficiaries, alumni, family members, administrators, volunteers, corps officers and soldiers […]
Still refreshed by the powerful moving of the Holy Spirit at the Adult Rehabilitation Center “Count Me In” Convention, Carolyn and I have been in Idaho at the Cascade Division’s Officer Councils. Led by Lt. Colonel Judy Smith, the officers are in good spirits and thirsty to follow God. These wonderful people represent our hope […]
To: The USA Western Territory From: Commissioner Jim Knaggs, Territorial Commander Re: Count Me In… We have witnessed a powerful manifestation of the Holy Spirit this past weekend at the Adult Rehabilitation Centers’ Count Me In Convention. If you were there, you experienced the extraordinary response of the over 5,000 delegates to the call of […]
We are celebrating a gathering of Adult Rehabilitation Center beneficiaries, graduates, officers, employees and supporters. Let the photo give you an idea what the 5,000+ are doing… Hallelujah! Ephesians 2:19 “Consequently, you are no longer foreigners and strangers, but fellow citizens with God’s people and also members of his household,”