Tag: salvation

  • So, You Are Moving! 10 Things to Remember During a Transition

    This weekend is a transition week for The Salvation Army in the South! Officers (ministers) have received their farewell orders and will be leaving their congregations and communities that they have poured heart and soul into for other “harvest fields.” While officers are aware of this reality during the training period, reality still sets in […]

  • We Believe: Day 1 – Who Are You Listening To?

    If you have not heard this awesome album, you can listen to it here, or at http://transmission.virb.com/webelieve. Have you ever ridden on public transportation before? Or attended a sports game? Or visited an elementary school? If you have, what do all of these venues have in common? Did you guess it? Noise, sound, voices… Like […]

  • 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, […]

  • Encouragement Through Discipline (New Year’s Resolutions)

    Hebrews 12:4-13  4 In your struggle against sin, you have not yet resisted to the point of shedding your blood. 5 And have you completely forgotten this word of encouragement that addresses you as a father addresses his son? It says, “My son, do not make light of the Lord’s discipline, and do not lose heart when he […]

  • Day 6 of Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) Response – Wilkes-Barre, PA Area Flooding

    In recent days, we have discussed the various phases of the disaster response process.  One of the important phases in this process is the transition of one incident command to another team. One of the strengths of The Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Response process is its’ ability to transfer the responsibility of command and distribution […]

  • Day 5 of Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) Response – Wilkes-Barre, PA Area Flooding

    The area around the Wilkes-Barre, PA general area is beginning to see some return to normalcy. A lot of neighborhoods have power and basic services. We have seen more decreases in feeding on mobile units.  Two canteens were sent out today. Unit 2 was sent to Plainsville & West Nanticoke, and unit 5 went to Shickshinny, Maconaqua, […]

  • Salvation Army reinforcements arrive – News – Citizens Voice

    Salvation Army reinforcements arrive – News – Citizens Voice. To help cope with the scope of the damage in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Lee, the Salvation Army has brought in reinforcements.     Local members of the nonprofit, faith-based organization have been on the ground since the flood on Sept. 8-9, and this weekend […]

  • An International Call to Prayer

    General Linda Bond has called The Salvation Army to pray for peace and for victims of sex trade trafficking. A Sunday in September has been set aside for each prayer focus – the fifth year that this has happened.  On September 18, the international forces of The Salvation Army and friends are being called to […]

  • Twas The Night Before Moves v.2.0

    ‘Twas the night before Moves,when all through the Corps All the people were nervous for what was in store. The cell phones were plugged in their chargers with care, In hopes that tomorrow no calls would they bear. The Off’cers were cowered all stiff in their beds, While visions of bubble wrap danced in their […]