Tag Archives: Ministry

Unfinished business?

Faithwriters.com challenge 2nd June 2016 – Topic: Finish – 3rd place “Steven will rarely finish anything.” This seemingly negative comment, made over twenty years ago, has been proved false on numerous occasions. I could name several projects I have completed … Continue reading

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Encouraging podcasts from The Salvation Army

Some time ago I subscribed to a Heart2Heart on Ministry Matters, a podcast from The Salvation Army but didn’t listen to any of them. I’ve been trying to catch up on podcasts as well as checking out some of the … Continue reading

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Modern day apostles

I have believed for some years that the structure of The Salvation Army requires its officers to fill the role of apostles. Indeed I have at times described myself as an apostle. These statements have generally received one of two … Continue reading

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Nautical Adventures at The Salvation Army

Nearly forty children recently embarked on a week of nautical adventure at The Salvation Army’s holiday club. Each morning a crew of willing volunteers, led by corps officer Captain Steven Turner, took the children through two hours of games, songs, … Continue reading

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Up from down under

As a strong proponent of church unity, I feel slightly guilty (but only slightly ) at missing two consecutive joint services. Last Sunday evening was Together in Praise at the Congregational church. But my cousin and his wife from Australia … Continue reading

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Aliens and Strangers

Hawick Corps is currently sojourning across the river in Wilton parish. We've been loaned their Boys Brigade Chapel whilst our hall is rewired and receives new toilets. Our hall was built in the early sixties after the Wee The' picture … Continue reading

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