Tag Archives: The Salvation Army

God is keeping his soldiers fighting!

Submitted to Faithwriters.com Challenge, Intermediate – 10 May 2017 – Topic: Agree to Disagree – Awarded 1st Place I recently saw again a toy I remember from childhood: a boxing ring with two robots in red and blue. Players controlled … Continue reading

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Raison d’être

Faithwriters.com challenge – 12th January 2017 – Topic: Fresh start – 2nd Place The room gradually filled with a hubbub of conversation, old ties being renewed and new connections made. A couple of hundred representatives of charitable organisations had gathered … Continue reading

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I’ll do it later

Faithwriters.com Challenge – 11th August 2016 – Topic: Procrastination I did it again! I’ve a terrible habit that keeps recurring even though I’ve tried for years to conquer it. Most recently it occurred in the writing of this article, but … Continue reading

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Book review: Shout aloud Salvation

In Shout Aloud Salvation, Charles Terrot retells the story of The Salvation Army through the eyes of two young girls who join Elijah Cadman’s Hallelujah Army. Continue reading

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“A proportionate response”

After a 3 1/4 hour drive, I spent 5 hours today in a seminar on PVG (the new Protecting Vulnerable Groups scheme which goes live in Scotland on 30 november 2010). I’m pleased to say that the Scottish Government seems … Continue reading

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Fools for Christ?

http://www.youtube.com/get_playerEach year The Salvation Army holds its Belief in Action appeal to support it’s social work around the United Kingdom. Historically we have concentrated on house to house collecting. But the increased prosperity and greater mobility of many people means … Continue reading

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SA music is safe with youth

Saturday we travelled to Grangemouth for the final festival of the East & West Scotland summer school. The programme varied programme was of a very high standard Major Graham Mizon (Divisional Director for Evangelism) told the assembled throng that this … Continue reading

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