We want to introduce you to a new resource the Eastern Territory is providing at no cost to you! RightNow Media is essentially the “Netflix of Video Bible Studies.” Through this
“What goes into making a leader?” I asked John Rondon, who is a longtime member of The Salvation Army’s Brooklyn, N.Y., Bay Ridge Corps; a New York City public school
The USA Eastern Territory is moving forward with our 20/20 Vision plan and seeking a God–inspired vision for the future. This includes our World Services giving. I am asking that
As kids, every week after church softball or volleyball, my dad brought us to Friendly’s® for ice cream sundaes. We’d order Jim Dandies and Banana Splits—the most expensive dishes on
The USA Eastern Territory has been aligned with several territories around The Salvation Army world. Here you will find a prayer requests for Zimbabwe(Madagascar/Botswana)Territory. Thank you for your continued support.
The Where and the How God works in neighborhoods. We live in neighborhoods. God’s got work for us to do there. Every response to grace and every life–change transpires in
The USA Eastern Territory has been aligned with several territories around The Salvation Army world. Here you will find a prayer request as well as an update on different projects
One day I sat in chapel at a Christian college to hear a presentation by Salvationist scholar Roger Green. While he spoke on women in the holiness movement, a young
Comrades: We would like to take this opportunity to thank you in advance for all you are doing in your ministry. As we know, the 20/20 Vision emphasizes that, “The
Martin Luther King Jr’s prayer for the church – a visual benediction. Lord… We thank you for your church, founded upon your Word, that challenges us to do more
The entire Mission and Culture department would like to wish you a very Happy New Year. “There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind.” – C.S.
We are happy to share with you the resources for the upcoming Cultural Awareness Week which is scheduled to be observed January 15-21, 2018. The theme for this observance is