Tag: mission imperative

Encountering Jesus

by Melissa Bledsoe Never would I have imagined I’d be working with youth, specifically teens, but God is all-knowing and ...

Training youth—and their leaders

With the territory’s Mission Imperative “More people, more like Jesus” at the forefront, two divisions look to the future and ...

Making disciples

by Jesse Luhn About three years ago, God placed a calling on my life. He blessed me with a hunger ...

Loving kids, serving families, empowering leaders

by Lisa Jordan People were bringing little children to Jesus for him to place his hands on them, but the ...

Discipleship at the heart of youth ministry

by Captain Michael Hanton, Territorial Youth Secretary We seek to be a Salvation Army committed to and engaged with youth ...

Youth Ambassadors gain ground

“Our passion is to see young people with vibrant spiritual lives who are willing to share Christ with their peers ...

City Mission—not just another urban mission strategy

by Captain Katherine Clausell There is a wave of excitement and growing tension across the territory. Can you feel it? ...

First cohort is underway

by Major Lesa Davis, Spiritual Life Development Secretary The first cohort of the Central Territory’s new online spiritual life development ...

Becoming an agent of change

by Stephanie Marinelli I was working in the sales department of an aviation company. My days were busy, but something ...

Territory to open Center for Social Justice and Urban Mission

The Salvation Army holds the belief that all people are made in the image of God and that each person ...

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