Officers and cadets respond to building disaster in Savar.
1.5 million people left homeless after 7.0 magnitude earthquake.
The Salvation Army's highest honour and installation of new territorial leaders.
General Linda Bond’s Easter message to Salvationists around the world.
The Salvation Army's newest Command inaugurated in Madrid.
An integral role at the Commission on the Status of Women.
A celebration of 130 years of Salvation Army ministry.
The 'Day Before the Word' gathering to install new leaders of the Finland and Estonia Territory.
IHQ Welcomes new Chief of the Staff and World President of Women's Ministries.
A message from The Salvation Army's international leader, General Linda Bond.
The international leader from 1999 to 2002 will be remembered fondly.
Salvation Army work has been officially established in the Kingdom of Cambodia.
The Salvation Army's emergency teams bring relief to devastated areas.
From 1 February 2013, the two countries will unite as the Spain and Portugal Command.
Salvationists killed and made homeless in Central Sulawesi Province.
Thousands of visitors impacted by The Salvation Army's work during the Olympic events.
Young Salvationists from Brazil meet the General at IHQ.
Salvation Army supports responders and survivors.
A redevelopment of London's Sunbury Court in the future
The first session takes place in September.
Day eight of the International Conference of Leaders in Toronto.
Day seven of the International Conference of Leaders in Toronto.
Day six of the International Conference of Leaders in Toronto.
Day four of the International Conference of Leaders in Toronto.
Day three of the International Conference of Leaders in Toronto.
Second day of the International Conference of Leaders in Toronto.
First day of the International Conference of Leaders in Toronto.
Salvation Army teams providing relief and support services.
A worldwide event.
Salvationists give support ahead of Olympic and Paralympic Games
General Linda Bond calls on Salvationists in London to 'fight to the very end!'
Responding to humanitarian crisis in Democratic Republic of Congo.
Live webcasts will make the 'I'll Fight' Congress a worldwide event.
General Linda Bond experienced a wide breadth of ministry.
New academic book by Major Dean Pallant.
New members welcomed at the International College for Officers.
An Easter message from The Salvation Army’s international leader, General Linda Bond.
An appeal is launched to support flood-ravaged Fiji.
The Salvation Army participated in Tonga's national mourning.
Commissioner Sue Swanson joins African women leaders in prayer and praise.
The Salvation Army's international website has been revamped and relaunched.
The General reveals Welsh links during visit to land of song.
General Linda Bond makes first visit to Norway.
The Salvation Army is granted church status in Hungary
General Linda Bond's visit to The Salvation Army's India South Western Territory was a time of great celebration and spiritual challenge.
Celebration in Indonesia closely followed by flooding and landslides.
A renewal of prayer is happening in our day, we are called to be part of it.
Turkana, in North West Kenya, remains the major focal point for drought response activities.
Nearly 700 Haitian students started the school year in newly repaired Salvation Army school buildings.
The results of the All the World Photographic Competition 2011 have been revealed.
The Salvation Army has begun a famine relief programme in Isiolo District.
General calls for the Army around the world to be united in mission and message.
Norway Salvationists have been a comforting presence in public displays of remembrance.
The first officers appointed to the west African country of Togo have arrived.
Salvationists in Oslo have been meeting emotional and spiritual needs after a bomb blast and massacre.
Relationship between The Salvation Army and the Iraqi Salvation Humanitarian Organisation formalised.
The service of thanksgiving for Commissioner Helen Clifton was a fitting tribute to a woman of God.
It is with a deep sense of loss that we announce that Commissioner Helen Clifton was promoted to Glory at 9:20 pm on Tuesday 14 June.
The Salvation Army International Staff Band (ISB) celebrated 120 years of mission and ministry in London with a weekend of spectacular events.
The Salvation Army in the USA is responding to tornadoes that brought devastation across the country's central states.
General Linda Bond's Easter Message.
Commissioner Makoto Yoshida, reports that the country's recovery is 'going well'.
More than 260 delegates from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Oman and Kuwait gathered in Dubai on 18 March to celebrate.
The Salvation Army in Myanmar is responding with emergency supplies after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake.
Emergency workers in Japan report that the government disaster response is proceeding well and that most areas in need of assistance have now been reached.
The ground floor of The Salvation Army’s International Headquarters (IHQ), 101 Queen Victoria Street, London was comfortably filled.
General Shaw Clifton has approved the official commencement of Salvation Army work in Togo, effective 1 April 2011.
The Salvation Army's earthquake response in Japan is continuing its work despite difficulties caused by snow and the lack of fuel.
Three Salvation Army teams in Japan are providing vital assistance to people affected by the country's earthquake.
The Salvation Army in Japan has three emergency service relief teams operating in areas devastated by the earthquake and tsunami.
Salvation Army Emergency Services (SAES) teams responded immediately in the aftermath of tropical Cyclone Yasi.
In northern Pakistan people are facing the cold of winter in very trying circumstances.
Land on a Salvation Army farm in Fond-des-Nègres, Haiti, has been transformed into a new cholera treatment centre (CTC).
On 1 February, The Salvation Army announced that Canadian-born Commissioner Linda Bond has been elected as its new international leader and 19th General.
There were many sacred moments at the 2011 High Council on Sunday 30 January.
There are nine candidates standing for election for The Salvation Army’s nineteenth General.
Victoria has been hit with some of the worst floods in the state's history.
The Salvation Army in Queensland, Australia continues to provide assistance to people affected by the region's catastrophic floods.
The Salvation Army's response to flooding and landslides in Brazil is growing by the day.
In just 37 seconds on 12 January 2010, Haiti was changed forever when a devastating 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck the country.
As the cholera death toll in Haiti approaches 3,500 people, The Salvation Army continues to provide treatment to those who have been infected.
Tens of thousands of people impacted by an ‘unprecedented’ flood crisis in central and south-east Queensland.
General Shaw Clifton has approved the official commencement of the work of The Salvation Army on the Turks and Caicos Islands.
For the first time in its 82-year history The Salvation Army’s High Council will have more female members than males.
Salvation Army teams in Indonesia continue to provide assistance to people affected by the eruption of Mount Merapi.
The Salvation Army across the Caribbean is responding to damage caused by Tropical Storm Tomas.
Salvation Army medical workers are providing assistance to people affected by the eruption of Mount Merapi in Indonesia.
Major Raelton Gibbs travelled to Pakistan where The Salvation Army is responding to floods that devastated much of the country in August.
The Salvation Army in Haiti is responding quickly after a freak thunderstorm hit Port-au-Prince on Friday 24 September.
The Salvation Army in Uganda is providing help to people forced from their homes in March 2010 after heavy rains caused devastating landslides.
The Salvation Army is continuing its work in the flood-hit regions of Pakistan, where it is estimated that 20 million people have been affected.
Salvation Army personnel in Indonesia are providing emergency assistance to some of the thousands of people made homeless after the eruption of the Mount Sinabung volcano.
The village of Kibirga, in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, no longer exists.
The third major flood relief distribution effort arranged by The Salvation Army in Pakistan took place on Saturday 21 August.
The Salvation Army in Pakistan continued its initial response to the floods that have are now thought to have affected 20 million people.
The Salvation Army in Pakistan is responding to catastrophic floods that brought widespread devastation to the country earlier this month.
Salvationists in Russia are providing assistance to people affected by wildfires.
Flooding is a regular occurrence in some regions of Romania but this year several areas not usually affected have been devastated by lightning floods.
The Salvation Army in Pakistan is preparing to help people who have lost homes and possessions in the worst floods for 80 years.
The Salvation Army in Chile continues to serve people affected by the earthquake and tsunami that brought devastation over a wide area in late February.
The first State of the Nation report on Pasifika people is released.
First course graduates at the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Centre.
News from the Tri-Territorial Heritage Centre and Archives Conference.
Congress 2013 takes place in September.
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