“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy … Continue reading Walking at Midnight on the path of restlessness.
Dear Officer, what does your normal day look like? Are there reports to submit, bills to sign, checks to deposit, phone calls to be made, budgets to be crafted (or … Continue reading Dear Salvation Army Officers, How To Find The Time For Ministry In 4 Steps
We are an army that is non-sacramental – I believe this, but we must actually embrace and preach/teach the necessity for real, authentic sacrificial living its soldiership. Without this crucial … Continue reading Dear Salvation Army – 5 Truths About Sacrificial Living…
As promised, I will attempt, with the help of others, to include a Pondering daily devotional this year. I hope that this might be found useful to all who read … Continue reading A Transforming Year – Reading #1
“We are not sent to minister to a congregation and be content if we keep things going. We are sent to make war…and to stop short of nothing but the … Continue reading Dear Salvation Army, Convenience or War?
“The hope of the Army is in the penitent form. As soon as that goes out of use, we go out” (General Albert Orsborn) We call it the Mercy Seat, … Continue reading Dear Salvationists, The Mercy Seat
“Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who … Continue reading Dear Salvationist -Watch Your Mouth!
Dear Salvation Army, What we do day in and day out matters in our world. Don’t ever forget why we do what we do. If we ever lose sight of … Continue reading Dear Salvation Army – Matters Of The Heart
We (my family) are under farewell. In Salvation Army terminology we were given marching orders, and soon those orders will come to fruition. It is, as it usually is, bittersweet. … Continue reading Dear Salvation Army Officers, All My Bags Are Packed…I’m Ready to Go??