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Most Popular Posts of April

These are our most popular posts this past month.  Did you catch them all? Jewelry for World Missions – Read about how soldier Tabatha Anderson is creatively raising funds for missions through her World Missions jewelry line! World Services 2016 – Self-Denial Transforms – This post lists information about this year’s new World Services resources…

Second Quarter Newsletter 2016

In this issue of the newsletter you can read about: Self-Denial Transforms: Congregations Sponsorship Spotlight on Bangladesh Regeneration Missions Project for Variety Village Check it out!

Jewelry for World Missions

For the World earrings

Tabatha Anderson, a soldier of the Oakbrook Terrace Corps, has always enjoyed making things and tinkering.  She explains, “During the past couple of years, the act of creating has been my favorite form of worship. It helps me center and find God’s peace and joy and it helps me feel close to God.”  When she…

Self-Denial in Rapid City, SD

by Captain Nathan Harms For Lent this year, in addition to our regular World Services, our corps embarked on a journey to raise money (and awareness) to help fund a specific project. We focused our efforts on the ‘Love in Action’ resource using ‘The Power of One’ example – One Person. One Sacrifice. One Dollar….

Self-denial Transforms Corps: A report from Springfield, Missouri

Haiti water

For the past two months, as a focus for their World Services fundraising, the Springfield, Missouri Corps congregation has been learning about the water needs that affect so many around the world. In Sunday School opening, Women’s Ministries, and Youth Night, participants watched videos of how The Salvation Army is helping to create ways for…

The Persecuted Church: Sympathy to Empathy (part 1)

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by Kristin Caddy For many years I’ve read bulletin inserts about the Persecuted Church, listened to Voice of the Martyrs news reports, participated in the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, and been aware that there are Christians around the world that are oppressed because of their faith in Jesus.  I had sympathy…