Salvation Army continues to support displaced people as security situation in Congo remains unpredictable
London, 7 April 2016/IHQ/ – A CEASEFIRE has been declared in the Republic of Congo’s capital Brazzaville, following gun battles which killed at least 17 people and injured many more. Thousands of residents who had been sheltering in the safety of The Salvation Army’s centres in the city have started returning to their homes. However, attacks have now flared up in the Pool Département which adjoins the capital. The Salvation Army is responding by opening additional refugee camps to receive displaced people from the affected villages. Read More…
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“Pathway Of Hope – Dawn Lasserre: Lost mom finds her way on ‘Pathway of Hope’
Two years ago, Dawn Lasserre and her daughter Rachel moved to Hibbing, Minnesota, looking for a fresh start.
The General Calls for Prayer After Brussels Attacks
“London, 22 March 2016, IHQ – GENERAL André Cox has called for prayers for the unfolding situation in Brussels, Belgium, where terrorist attacks at the airport and Maelbeek Metro Station have led to at least 34 fatalities, with many more people injured. The General asks Salvationists and friends to pray for victims of the attacks, the emergency services, politicians and the perpetrators.”
The Young Messiah
“Tells the story of Jesus Christ at age seven as he and his family depart Egypt to return home to Nazareth. Told from his childhood perspective, it follows young Jesus as he grows into his religious identity. ”
“Follow stand up comics as they travel the country and ask both the man on the street and the Bible scholar/ministry leader the question: “Are we Idiots to believe the Bible, or would we be Idiots not to?”
“More Faith; Less Insecurity”
No longer doubting her usefulness for God, Tracy
Gantner’s faith grows as her insecurities diminish.