Sounddoctrine_RMunn
01 May 2016

Salvationism

What are the features of The Salvation Army that stand distinct from sister denominations and other Christian families? The answer is often expressed in that quite wonderfully evocative word, “Salvationism.”

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Warren-Maye
01 May 2016

walking in love

After you read the next issue of SAConnects (magazine), you’ll probably want to choose a beautiful day and then take a nice long walk with the person you love. For

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Colonel-Donald-Lance
01 Apr 2016

Making a better place

In my daily work, I’m tasked with managing the resources of our Army. There are times when that can be difficult. Since the fall of 2015, the world’s economies have

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Sounddoctrine_RMunn
01 Apr 2016

Wesleyanism

…the rock from which we are cut. Within the global Protestant community, The Salvation Army is part of the Wesleyan family. Wesleyans are a large group of 80 denominations, with

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Warren-Maye
01 Apr 2016

shattering assumptions

I will joyfully remember the Caribbean child who engaged me in conversation one day. She asked, “Where are you from?” When I said, “I’m from Ohio,” she narrowed her eyes,

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comissioner-sue-swanson
01 Mar 2016

the language of heaven

We sang in the Garden of Gethsemane.  I was with a group of tourists. We were a homogenous group, all Salvation Army church members from the Midwestern United States. A

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comissioner-sue-swanson
01 Mar 2016

el lenguaje del cielo

Cantamos en el Jardín de Getsemaní. Estaba con varios turistas. Formábamos un grupo homogéneo, pues todos éramos miembros de la Iglesia del Ejército de Salvación, procedentes del medio oeste de

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General-Andre-Cox-Aug-2013-web
01 Mar 2016

Breaking the Power of Sin

The General – Easter Message 2016 from Salvation Army IHQ on Vimeo.   AROUND the world on Easter morning, many Christians will gather for a sunrise service in which the

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Sounddoctrine_RMunn
01 Mar 2016

Protestantism

Sound doctrine A new monthly column by Colonel Richard Munn “It is the dogma that is the drama” […] “set it on an open stage to startle the world.”— Dorothy

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Warren-Maye
01 Mar 2016

a living Sacrifice

In our next (issue of) SAConnects, you’ll get a glimpse of what Romans 12:1 (“… offer your bodies as a living sacrifice …”) looks like when people take it to heart.

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WilliamBamford_main
01 Jan 2016

God’s beauty in Winter

I must admit, I‘m not one who loves the extreme cold. In January 2014 on the day Lorraine and I returned from the South America West Territory to the USA

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Majors James and Deborah Kisser, corps officers in Beacon, N.Y., chat with Clifford 'Ron' Lancaster, advisory board member and Vietnam veteran.
01 Jan 2016

Thankful in November

Please express my deepest gratitude to Robert Mitchell and staff for such a wonderful Veterans Day issue (SAConnects, Nov. 2015). A highlight of the issue was the article on Clifford

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