International Position Statement (IPS) on Racism
General André Cox has approved the publication of an IPS on racism which says that racism is ‘fundamentally incompatible with the Christian conviction that all people are made in the image of God and are equal in value. The Salvation Army believes that the world is enriched by a diversity of cultures and ethnicities.’
An up-to-date set of International Positional Statements – including the statement on racism – can be downloaded here
Message from the Editor
War Cry Online
Created In His Image
So, God created man in His own image (Genesis 1:27). When we look into the face of the refugee, the addict, those of race and creed different than our own, we are looking at the face of God. We are looking at our brothers and sisters.
In this issue of War Cry Online we consider the plight of refugees seeking a better life, The Army’s International position on racism, the sanctity of life and about finding the true path for overcoming addictions.
May this issue inspire you to look at others with more compassion and love and with a deeper desire to help those in need. Subscribe free today!
New Series of Bible Studies!
In, “I Am,” Commissioner William Francis explores the nature of Jesus as described by one who knew Him best—the author of the Gospel of John.
Part V: The Good Shepherd
This week we learn more about Christ as our Good Shepherd: He is thoroughly good, both inwardly and outwardly. [...]
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Chronicles of Salvation
Awake & Arise!
Alan Stalcup wasn’t supposed to walk or think again. But God had other plans. Read about his miraculous recovery from a dismal prognosis. [...]
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A Soul Winner
When Andy Miller was a captain, he chased down two thieves who had stolen his briefcase. What do you think happened when he cornered them in a dark alley that night? Read the story here. [...]
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Kroc Centers — A Look Inside
A Boon For Beantown
If You Can’t Stand the Heat, Stay Out of the Kitchen!
The Boston Kroc Center knows how to dish out successful graduates into the culinary world. Their two exceptional ministries — the Culinary Arts School and a first-time offenders rehab program, Bridging The Gap have transformed lives. Read more [...]
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