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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.

It's just the beginning...

20 Mar | 2018

Our relationship with the man, the God, we call Ihu Karaiti—Jesus Christ—is so thoroughly mysterious we struggle to describe it.

I know everything now, so...

10 Mar | 2018

The other day my five-year-old son made an important announcement: ‘I know everything now, so I can stop going to school.’

Meeting Mark

27 Feb | 2018

One of the real joys of being part of the Salvation Army’s mission is getting to know and communing with people that I should—by rights—have nothing in common with. When someone sits down with me and entrusts me with their story, it truly is an honour. It is humbling.

True romance

10 Feb | 2018

A first wedding anniversary is traditionally called a ‘paper’ anniversary. Paper is vulnerable. It is easily crushed and torn—and that is what the opening stanzas of marriage are like, as a couple make their first tentative attempts at creating the poetry of life together.

The startling truth of the Treaty

27 Jan | 2018

It’s a special time of year, with its long days and extra sprinkling of public holidays. But Waitangi Day seems even more special than the others...

Walking on heights

8 Jan | 2018

I love the image from Psalm 18:33: ‘He makes my feet like the feet of a deer; he causes me to stand on the heights.’ I have heard that in the snowy mountains, a mother deer will make footprints in the snow so the baby deer can step into them and know the way to go.

Introducing Jesus

21 Dec | 2017

This is my last edition of War Cry as I take on responsibilites elsewhere in 2018. To mark the occasion, I’ve mined the archives for some favourite stories

Calling rebels, movers and shakers

2 Dec | 2017

Seven New Zealand Salvation Army officer leaders will be commissioned and ordained in Wellington next weekend, which is great. But we actually need 16 each year to keep up with retirements and resignations.

Not just a day for the boys

18 Nov | 2017

Saturday 25 November is White Ribbon Day. White Ribbon aims to end men’s violence toward women by encouraging men to lead by example and talk to other men about respectful relationships.


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War Cry Editor
Phone: +64 4 802 6269
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