Heart-warming stories of people whose lives and spirits have been changed through Christ.
Peter Koia wants to help more people explore the wonderful opportunities that come through Salvation Army officership.
After 26 years in international development around the world Salvation Army Social Housing (SASH) National Director Greg Foster says he’s excited to make an impact back home.
Ronji Tanielu—a policy analyst at the Social Policy and Parliamentary Unit—has returned home after visiting 33 countries in two years.
The death of her mother caused Lyndal Subritsky to reach rock bottom, but God had a plan for her to lead her to an amazing new life, she says.
Leaso’s life had been one of trauma and loss—but God has given her the strength to rise again.
A friendship begun over coffee led Tauranga Salvationist Lianne Bateman to donate a kidney.
At 95 years old, Molly Tootell from Palmerston North became a soldier in The Salvation Army. You are never too old to find a sense of belonging in Jesus Christ, she says.
Sam Parker, children and youth worker at Kapiti Salvation Army, struggled with depression and self-harm. But God restored him and his whole family.
Murray McLaren has gone from a banker loaning millions to giving out microfinance loans through The Salvation Army in South Auckland and he couldn’t be happier.