“Giving God’s Way… Faithful Stewardship in Times of Change and Uncertainty” The theme for this, the 1st Quarterly Stewardship E-Newsletter for 2021, is “Giving God’s Way with Gratitude” using Colossians
During Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15, 2020), we want to celebrate the Hispanic cultures and ministries represented in the Salvation Army. The materials below have been prepared to help you
This year, in connection with Harvest Festival, the territory is releasing a video with some related materials to celebrate the USA Eastern Territory’s Korean Salvationist Ministries – a remarkable example
“Encouraged in Heart, United in Love” | “Animados de corazón, unidos en amor”
El Cuerpo conecta a las personas, los soldados y los amigos, con fines misioneros entre los fieles y en el mundo. Asociarse en este ministerio compartido cambia la vida de
Nothing beats getting out of our doors and building relationships with our neighbors face-to-face. To make our neighborhoods better, we need to work with partners from all walks of life
The ugly truth of persistent racism has recently stirred the public consciousness in light of high-profile examples of brutality and racism (e.g., George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Christian Cooper). It has
Not long after cutting my teeth on Sunday school fundamentals and fireside devotionals at summer camp, I learned one of the most important lessons ever regarding my walk with Christ.
To help your family, your small group, and your congregation connect and thrive during the COVID-19 lock-down and to support corps in transition, we have created a new channel on
Illustration: detail from “Mending the Nets,” an 1881 painting by Winslow Homer (1836–1910) at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC What can first-century fishers teach us about twenty-first-century crises?
Evangelism, congregational life, and social outreach are enduring dimensions of Army mission, but the present crisis challenges us to serve in new ways. Many corps are finding their online presence
Stewardship—understanding that everything at our disposal is held in trust and that we have a responsibility to honor the values and aims of Christ’s kingdom.* A steward is a servant