150 years since its founding, The Salvation Army is still a mission movement, says COMMISSIONER ROBERT DONALDSON.
Last month, corps officers Neil and Gill Waugh received the grave news that Neil's cancer had spread. But Neil and Gill say they are living in God’s lounge room—enjoying his presence, holding on to his promises and praying the big prayers.
A Salvation Army course training people to work in the Canterbury rebuild has led to a programme mentoring young drivers.
As her officer training session celebrates its 50-year anniversary, Major Judith Bennett shares memories of the innovative training experiences of the Defenders of the Faith cadets.
The immensely popular Salvation Army Institutes, set up in New Zealand Army camps during World War I, were places where soldiers could find both solace and a ‘gladsome song’.
When they first met, Evan and Jill were living chaotic lives driven by drug use. But both were desperate enough to give God the chance to work in their lives.
The Salvation Army runs 125 Family Stores across New Zealand, selling donated second-hand goods. They are among the most well-known and visible parts of the Army’s work.
Last year was the busiest year yet for The Salvation Army Blue Mountain Adventure Centre and this year the centre is marking 25 years since it opened.
Meet Lieuts Tau and Trish Mataki, The Salvation Army’s new national Maori Leaders.