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War Cry

War Cry is a fortnightly 24-page Christian magazine for Salvation Army readers and all those exploring faith issues.

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In 2014, we started publishing online through ISSUU. Editions are generally published four weeks after cover date.

Who do you want to look like?

21 Jul | 2017

The other Sunday I was looking across the congregation of the people I worship with each week. A number of striking family likenesses stood out.

We can make change

1 Jul | 2017

This edition’s cover is a stark image taken in 2015 of a woman from Mombasa, Kenya, showing off one of the tools she used to cut young girls’ sexual organs in what is sometimes called ‘female circumcision’,

Navigating the Down Syndrome world

22 Jun | 2017

I met Jo when she was a teenager and I was serving with The Salvation Army in Australia. Jo was 23 when her second child was born with Down syndrome, just a few days before her eldest child’s first birthday.

Putting up guard rails

3 Jun | 2017

A few weeks back, a Government MP accused The Salvation Army of having been behind a media campaign around homelessness, implying this was not a good thing.

Talking about teen suicide

19 May | 2017

In our last War Cry we noted the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why. In this edition, we return for a longer look.

Chapter and verse

6 May | 2017

The books of the Bible are divided into chapters and verses, making the Bible easier to navigate. Chapters were added in the 13th century, and verses in the 16th century.

The Army that brings lunch

22 Apr | 2017

Our current Salvation Army Mission Plan is called ‘The Army that Brings Life’. That’s the meaning of ‘The Salvation Army’ when translated into Māori as ‘Te Ope Whakaora’.

Jesus came to give us life

8 Apr | 2017

For this Easter edition, I wanted my editorial to ponder the question: Why did Jesus come into our world?

Will you be a breadcrumb?

25 Mar | 2017

We cover some serious issues in War Cry, but few stories have been as confronting as the story of Wellington police officer Jamie Bradley, diagnosed in December with a brain tumour.

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Freelancer and advertising enquiries, plus reader feedback can be directed to the Editor at:

War Cry Editor
Phone: +64 4 802 6269
Email: War Cry Editor