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  • 5 Arguments Not to Have on Facebook | RELEVANT Magazine

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  • God Notes: Motif

    No matter what, God should be the central theme of our lives. If He is not, what is?

  • Thoughts from Oklahoma: “Above the Skies”

    When I arrived home from Oklahoma, some of the images still went through my mind and heart. Out of those images and the experiences, a song came out! Above the Skies 2013 Oklahoma Tornadoes Verse 1 I look outside my window See the hopeless faces staring They’re looking for a place to go. And when […]

  • Thoughts from Oklahoma: The Complete List

    It has been an amazing experience in Oklahoma! Here is a complete list of my posts from that experience! May 28: Day 1-Seat at the Table May 29: Day 2-Partners in Service May 30: Day 3-Two Generations of Service May 31: Day 4-Praise You in the Storm June 1: Day 5-New Recruits Joining the Army […]

  • Thoughts from Oklahoma: Day 12-Saying Goodbye but Not Forgetting

    This last post from Oklahoma is dedicated to the all of the officers, soldiers, employees and volunteers. I would also like to include all of the people I had the honor of working with from all of our partner agencies. The weird thing about leaving now is that there has been so much good done, […]

  • Thoughts from Oklahoma: Day 11-Army of the One

    My time in Oklahoma is winding down. One thing this experience has taught me is how proud I am of the work and ministry of The Salvation Army. SPOILER ALERT: If you do not like The Salvation Army, then this blog post will not be something you want to continue reading. I love The Salvation […]

  • Thoughts from Oklahoma: Day 10-Spiritual Care Ground Forces

    Thoughts from Oklahoma: Day 10-Spiritual Care Ground Forces

    The Salvation Army is constantly evolving and changing the way it responds to disasters! Due to the impact that this tornado had on the people in this area, The Salvation Army wanted to make the Emotional and Spiritual Care support to be a priority in our initial service delivery. While Emotional and Spiritual Care has […]

  • Thoughts from Oklahoma: Day 9-Meeting Needs at the Point of Need

    Today, I met a wonderful lady at the Little Axe Multi-Agency Resource Center. I have been doing emergency disaster assistance casework. I asked her if I could share her story. May 19th was a special, but ordinary day for her family. Her husband was in Shawnee with the grandmother getting ready for the birthday party […]

  • Thoughts from Oklahoma: Day 8-Big Storms, Small Towns #PrayForOklahoma

    It has been all over the media! Tornadoes and severe thunderstorms all over the central Oklahoma area have been causing some major damage and have even claimed lives! The EF-5 tornado that came through Newcastle and Moore was highly destructive. The recent tornado through El Reno has now been labeled as an EF-5 as well […]

  • Thoughts from Oklahoma: Day 7-Serving with Old Friends

    Although I am sorry about the circumstances, this disaster helped reunite me with some old friends that I have not seen in a while. Lieutenants Philip and Elaine Canning are the corps officer (ministers) for The Salvation Army in Shawnee, OK. I have known Philip and Elaine before they were Philip and Elaine. We worked […]