Need a word this morning? One of our go-to preachers is Major Danielle Strickland. We’re listening to her as we work, letting the Holy Spirit minister to our soul through her preaching. In this audio sermon she is speaking to a group of women inspiring them to what they can accomplish together for the kingdom […]

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Kainantu is the Divisional Headquarters for the North Eastern Division, and it sits on the main “highway” that leads from the port city of Lae on the northeast coast of PNG, up into the highlands on the other end of the highway at Goroka and beyond. The countryside is beautiful, and you might imagine water […]

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“We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and uncared for is the greatest poverty. We must start in our own homes to remedy this kind of poverty.” ~Mother Teresa The first two months that I was here in Michigan City I would watch Moms […]

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During the second full week of Lent, Courtney Rose was our very first Guest Blogger, providing three Lent themed blog posts for the week.  Lent’s not over yet, so take time to read her posts challenging us to new experiences with Jesus. Courtney Rose is a lover of Christ, His Church, and Creation. She loves […]

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Just For Her Women’s Fair Women’s Ministry Outreach – Lincoln, Nebraska by: Captain Angie Pennington  What an exciting day!  More than 100 women attended a first-ever (but not last!) Women’s Fair held at The Salvation Army Lincoln corps.  The fair consisted of more than 30 booths ranging in topic from health and beauty, education, community […]

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Just last week we share with you an Easter Message from our World President of Women’s Ministries, Commissioner Silvia Cox.  Now we want you to get to know her a little bit better. Where is she from? Who inspired her? What does she see happening in the Salvation Army world wide? Click HERE to read […]

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Wow! Our “40 Small Ways to Practice Lent Daily” is one of our highest viewed blog posts – ever! We believe that means you are all looking to be connected and disciplined by our Savior, to know Him better and to prepare your hearts for the celebration of His Resurrection. Your response to this post makes me […]

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There are some sisters out there doing some pretty cool stuff. They are recognizing the authentic friendships and conversations we need to have as sisters in Christ. Reminding us to slow down in our often over-churched over-programmed lives and to have friendships together. Friendship that doesn’t leave out Christ, that is intentional about discussing our […]

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You don’t have to look far in society to stumble across a hypocrite. Humans, Christian or not misrepresent themselves all the time. But as a Christian let’s together, work towards eliminating this characteristic in the Christian community. Don’t misrepresent Christ. 

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