On May 17, the High Council will convene in London, England, at the Renaissance London Heathrow Hotel to elect the 21st international leader of The Salvation Army. I invite you …
Sometimes we pray because we feel crushed, broken and extremely vulnerable, desperately gasping for any hope. How do we honestly and boldly pray for God’s will to be done?
The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda is on the verge of something quite extraordinary. This is more than a whimsical, romanticized dream. Corps and social centres are experiencing rebirth, and in many cases, exceptional growth. God has promised that if, as a people, we commit to serious, intentional prayer, we can expect mighty results.
Prayer is the central and essential vehicle through which God speaks to us
The promises of God are real, right and ready
The legend of good King Wenceslas focuses on generosity and kindness, teaching us to give to the less fortunate
Christ wants to shine through us where we live
The greatest gift we can give to others is to love them for who they are
Salvationists challenged to unite in prayer for the Canada and Bermuda Territory
God sends interruptions not to annoy us, but to enrich our lives and to build character