Heart-warming stories of people whose lives and spirits have been changed through Christ.
For Waitara Family Store manager Karen Lowe, who has worked in the store for 35 years and set up youth groups and employment training, it’s all about community.
Seeing lives changed, making tough calls and knowing who you are in Christ, is all in a day’s work for a Salvation Army officer, says Nathan Holt.
Raj Mani tells the incredible story about how a Bible that led her to the Lord, got lost and found by just the right person.
Holly Cormack grew up in foster care, but it was at The Salvation Army that she found her true family.
Cindy Watters is The Salvation Army’s first ‘mission in place coordinator’, living and working among community housing developments in Hornby, Christchurch.
Stephen Freeman describes his old life as hell, but after a long road he’s now trying to help people escape the same life.
Captain Gaylene Harvey says it’s a privilege to spend time with lonely and grieving elderly people.
Major Afolau Toluono provides a listening ear and support for those who pass through the Wellington District Courts.
Caring community brought Russell Healey to The Salvation Army and is what he tries to give back as a rural chaplain.