Lt. Colonels Bukiewicz head South as Chief Secretary and Territorial Secretary for Women’s Ministries  Colonels Bradford and Heidi Bailey, Central officers currently serving as Chief Secretary and Territorial Secretary for Women’s Ministries in the Southern Territory, have been appointed as territorial leaders in the Central Territory. Colonel Brad Bailey is appointed as Territorial Commander and Colonel Heidi Bailey as Territorial President of Women’s Ministries. They will take up their new appointments with the rank of commissioner—Colonel Heidi Bailey on July 1 and Colonel Brad Bailey on July 2—succeeding Commissioners Paul R. and Carol Seiler who will be retiring. “We are thrilled to be coming home and are excited to be a part of what God will continue to do in …

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The Salvation Army Adventure Corps is a Christian education program designed for boys Grades 1-8. It is divided into two sections: Explorers for boys in Grades 1-4 and Rangers for boys in Grades 5-8. Each section takes members through a series of achievement awards and levels, helping boys to develop their individuality and potential. The Adventure Corps Program emphasizes discipleship, evangelism and life skill development. The spiritual element sets Adventure Corps apart from other boys’ groups. The goals of Adventure Corps are: Salvation–To present the Good News of Jesus Christ in meaningful and practical ways which relate to the boys’ experiences and capacities to understand. Growth–To meet the individual needs of boys through an organized activity oriented program. Education–To teach …

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The Salvation Army’s National Seminar on Evangelism (NSE) is set against the stunning backdrop of the Rocky Mountains at the Glen Eyrie Conference Center, a Christ-focused retreat facility designed to bring people into closer intimacy with God. The NSE guides Salvationists into learning how to intentionally walk across the room, extend a hand of hospitality and words of invitation to the greatest adventure ever known—a life lived with Christ as Savior and Lord. Each year soldiers and officers come to Glen Eyrie to give time and attention to Jesus Christ’s commission to “go and make disciples of all nations.” The week is dedicated to encouraging and equipping Salvationists through inspiring worship, Bible studies for personal growth and teaching sessions on relational evangelism, as well as small group and …

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In 1895 a small group of officers from Britain arrived in Yokohama, Japan, to start operations. In spite of great difficulties, the work was soon established. Among the outstanding Japanese people who were attracted to The Salvation Army, one of the most distinguished was Order of the Founder recipient, Commissioner Gunpei Yamamuro, a prominent evangelist and author whose book, The Common People’s Gospel, has been reprinted more than 500 times. To commemorate the Army’s 120 years of ministry in Japan and to focus on the next generation, a “Challenging Tomorrow” seminar was held to study the past, know the present and soar into the future. Later in the year an inspiring territorial youth congress, “Feel the Power of God” (based …

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Lt. Colonels Ralph and Susan Bukiewicz, Central officers currently serving in the territory as Secretary for Personnel and Officer Resource and Development Department Secretary, respectively, are appointed as Chief Secretary and Territorial Secretary for Women’s Ministries, USA Southern Territory. They will take up their new appointments with the rank of colonel effective July 1, 2017.


Colonels Bradford and Heidi Bailey, Central officers currently serving as Chief Secretary and Territorial Secretary for Women’s Ministries in the USA Southern Territory, are appointed as territorial leaders in the Central. Colonel Bradford Bailey is appointed as Territorial Commander and Colonel Heidi Bailey as Territorial President of Women’s Ministries. They will take up their new appointments with the rank of commissioner—Colonel Heidi Bailey on July 1, 2017, and Colonel Bradford Bailey on July 2—succeeding Commissioners Paul R. and Carol Seiler who will be retiring.