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Harnessing the potential of involving volunteers and people in our community and social programmes. The third of three articles looking at three 'domains' or aspects of mission.
Can corps be all things to all people? How can we get the most out of our leaders and our members?
How can we provide the space to help people take that step towards belief in God? The second of three articles looking at three 'domains' or aspects of mission.
What is Salvation Army mission in the 21st century and how is this expressed in practice? The first of three articles examining three 'domains' in which the Church must learn to connect with people in the modern world
How do we keep apace with the changes in our society, to maintain our relevance and our effectiveness?
General Linda Bond, during a live webcast at International Headquarters in London, October 2011, made a passionate call for The Salvation Army around the world to be united in mission and message and to grasp new opportunities as she launched the international vision: one Army, one mission, one message.
The Salvation Army was born during Victorian Britain when the Church was failing spectacularly to meet the immense challenges of its day and needed reform if it was to get fit for mission
In June 1999, during his first published interview as General-elect of the international Salvation Army, Commission John Gowans shared his vision of a Salvation Army created to save souls, to grow saints and to serve suffering humanity.