19 Jun 2020

Un VISTAZO A LOS TEMAS MINISTERIALES

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

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17 Jun 2020

Link2Lead: Demographic Tools for Local Corps Leaders

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

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13 May 2020

RightNow Media COVID-19 Channel

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

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08 May 2020

Mending Nets: Being Fishers of People during Lock-Down

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?

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29 Apr 2020

Does Your Corps Have a Social Media Sergeant?

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

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27 Apr 2020

Ministry Topics At-A-Glance

Corps connect people—soldiers and friends—for mission in the world and among the faithful. Partnering in this shared ministry changes the lives of soldiers as well as those they reach. Engaging

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21 Apr 2020

Upside Down Church

Crises Signal a Missional Calling and Acts 1:8 & 8:1 Reveal the Holy Spirit’s Pivotal Role Photograph: Choirstall woodcarving of Pentecost scene (ca. 1508-1519, Cathédrale d’Amiens, France) My elderly aunt

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14 Apr 2020

Learning about Leadership in a Crisis

“What sort of military warfare would that be in which the fighting was left entirely to the officers?” – Edward Higgins, General of The Salvation Army from 1929-1934 (Stewards of

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18 Mar 2020

Social Distancing and RightNow Media

Recently, we’ve all heard about the importance of “social distancing.” While this may be necessary in the short term, social distancing is not how God intended us to live. The loss of various forms of community, fellowship, worship,

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28 Jan 2020

Why I Believe – Small Group Study

What happens when we die? Can miracles be explained? Is there really a God? Answers to questions such as varied as they are confusing, and spring from a variety of

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03 Dec 2019

What season is it anyway?

  The weeks before Christmas have been called “The Most Wonderful Time of The Year.” In fact, Christmas is surrounded by wonderful seasons that often pass unnoticed, but they are

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03 Oct 2019

Soul Purpose

With a middle name like Salvation, nothing seems more critical to the Army’s mission than soul–winning. Major Stephen Court acknowledges people’s discomfort with both the words soul and winning, for

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