Food for thought and soul including observations and reflective opinion pieces on current issues.
Last year, Salvationists raised one million dollars during the Self Denial Appeal. This was the first time that The Salvation Army, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga Territory has achieved this milestone.
This is Salvation Army founder General William Booth as you’ve perhaps never seen him before.
What difference is the Christian Church making in its communities and the wider world? asks Pam Waugh.
I love people-watching when I’m out and about. Watching the people around me, seeing how they interact and how different or similar they are to me, subconsciously guessing at what they’re like
We’re seasoned football supporters, so we know the drill: cheer for your child, and don’t be too vocal in your criticism of his team mates, his coach, the officials or the opposition (at least, not until you get home).
Stephen Blakey lay dead after suffering a massive heart attack. While doctors tried to revive him, he experienced the tangible presence of God. It left Steve a completely changed man. This is his story, told in his words.
Historian Major Harold Hill considers how The Salvation Army represented Germany in its War Cry publications during the Great War.
In almost every New Zealand town, there is a small, almost forgotten patch of land where the war memorial stands. It carries with it a sense of lost years, remaining unchanged while time marches on around it.
An Easter reflection from General André Cox, the international leader of The Salvation Army.