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Soul Food

Food for thought and soul including observations and reflective opinion pieces on current issues.

Lineni Ulamoleka and Betty Akoteu during staff devotions at The Salvation Army Regional Headquarters in Tonga

Are we a praying Army?

30 May | 2014

Do we in The Salvation Army believe in prayer more than we actually practice it?

A lifelong journey of faith

12 May | 2014

Helping children follow Jesus is a partnership between church and home says Bronwyn Malcom.

an icon image of Jesus

The prophet still speaks today

9 May | 2014

Carla Lindsey introduces the first in a five-part study on the Old Testament book of Micah by helping us understand the context of Old Testament prophecy.

Ruby Deva Rose Gerrand-McKerrow

Remembering Ruby

7 May | 2014

Ruby Deva Rose Gerrand-McKerrow passed away aged 15, from an undiagnosed heart condition. Ruby’s family, Kim, Andrew, Crystal and Jesse, share their memories of a much-loved daughter and sister gone too soon.

a cashew nut on a tree

A fair price

2 May | 2014

Wonderthrift's Lucy AitkenRead on the power of fair trade products.

a row of poppies with crosses on

On ANZAC, Gallipoli and being Christian

16 Apr | 2014

If Kiwis have a pilgrimage, Gallipoli has to be it. This is a sacred space, and its messages still resonate today.

He is risen

15 Apr | 2014

An Easter message from The Salvation Army's internal leader, General André Cox.

Lucy AitkenRead and family


7 Apr | 2014

Lucy AitkenRead is a popular blogger on thrifty and environmentally-friendly living. Now she joins War Cry as a regular guest columnist, giving readers the chance to apply Lucy’s stylish and eco-friendly know-how to their lives.

stones on a beach

Put down your stones

26 Mar | 2014

Darren Elkington asks why we are so quick to judge people who sin differently to ourselves.