Heart-warming stories of people whose lives and spirits have been changed through Christ.
For Janice Millar, working with premature and very ill babies is an opportunity to bring hope in difficult times.
Lynda Ellington’s faith was severely tested when her step-daughter had an accident and was told she would never walk again.
Colonel Margaret Hay won the UK Times Preacher of the Year contest in 2000 (not that you’ll hear that from her!), with a sermon she gave to inmates in prison. It’s just one of many enriching experiences in almost 40 years of officership …
After being abused, Linda Walsh was plagued with anxiety and self-doubt, until she was invited to the women’s Home League group at New Lynn Salvation Army.
If we all saw ourselves as humble learners, we would get on together a whole lot better, says David Wardle, education officer at Booth College of Mission.
Robert Crump says his mental illness has helped him grow closer to God.
Maureen Quennel of Mosgiel promised God she would give up smoking if he let her win the darts title.
Celia King championed having sign language interpreters at The Salvation Army’s Just Action conference for the first time.
A canyoning tragedy led Ken Robertson down the path of adventure-based learning and landed him the role of manager at The Salvation Army’s Blue Mountain Adventure Centre.