The Moral and Social Issues (Ethics) Council (MASIC) helps The Salvation Army to think about significant moral, religious and social issues.
The Salvation Army has local and international Positional Statements that state the organisation's view on some moral and social issues.
The Salvation Army champions issues of justice and mercy. Our faith provides a solid foundation for life that helps us respond to moral and ethical issues.
The Salvation Army’s abstinence stance has often put it at odds with mainstream society, perhaps now more than ever as drinking alcohol has become such a dominant cultural practice.
The Salvation Army's response to pre-natal diagnosis, the use of gametes and embryos for research and the whole concept of eugenics.
One in six New Zealanders are likely to experience depression during their life. It's important to know how to manage our own depression and how to support friends or family through depression.
Resources provided to give Salvationists and friends an informed view around the matter of euthanasia, recognising that media coverage of this issue can be limited.
Many people view gambling as a form of entertainment, but it can result in significant harm for many. The Salvation Army's mission is to provide a holistic approach which empowers people with gambling and related problems to make positive choices.
How should we relate to one another within church communities? Those who follow Jesus Christ need to both understand and be aware of power dynamics in all their relationships.
The Salvation Army's response to sex, sexuality and prostitution, which are complex and often misunderstood issues, invoking a strong array of emotions.