On April 5, 2018 the Spiritual Life Development Department hosted an Employees Reflective Retreat out at Star Lake Camp for the employees of Territorial Headquarters and ARC Command. Throughout the
I cannot be trusted with a membership card to a big box store. My husband carries the card and therefore I can only go to one of these stores when
At this time in my life much of my energy goes into my role as a Nana. I often have the privilege of watching my 3-year-old triplet granddaughters and suffice
A Prayer Experience from Spiritual Life Development “Prayer is far more than words … our bodies can help us engage our total being in fellowship with God.” —Major Lauren Hodgson,
Shabbat—the Hebrew word for Sabbath—means “to come to an end, to cease, to stop, to pause.” Notice these are active commands for which a person needs to take responsibility—something one
The beauty of God’s creation draws us to delight in God’s goodness and his loving presence in the moment. And the prayers of the Psalmist gives voice and shape to
The Spiritual Life Development team has some recommendations. The Common People’s Gospel by Gunpei Yamamuro Review by Major Young Kim Gunpei Yamamuro (1872–1940) was the first Japanese Salvation Army commissioner.
What the SLD team is reading now Lt. Colonel Pat LaBossiere is reading Invitation to a Journey: A Road Map for Spiritual Formation by M. Robert Mullholland A Holy Longing, by Roland
In his book Leading Me, Steve A. Brown, President of Arrow Leadership states that, “Personal leadership is our first leadership responsibility. First and foremost, this means intentionally partnering with God and
“We wake up one morning, restless about where we are in life, dissatisfied with ourselves. . .” Author Phil Needham in his book, When God Becomes Small, captures the reader’s
Would you like an idea for all the old Salvation Army Songbooks now cluttering up your shelves? Try Songbook Journaling. This takes regular, everyday journaling to a whole new level.
Over the course of my four years at Olivet Nazarene University, Brennan Manning visited twice and had a profound spiritual impact on me. He taught us the practice of “Breath