Message from the Editor
War Cry Online
We live in perilous times, but as we hold fast to our restoration roots, learn to pray with real intent, see our faults and seek to become clean, we can see real change and join in salvation’s expanding circle.
In this issue of the War Cry Online, we read about the installation of the Army’s new national leaders, the meaning of the Reformation, how we can look to God for national healing, how a biker became an officer and mission and ministry in China.
May these and other stories inspire you to look to the future with faith and hope. Subscribe free today!
New Weekly 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 III: The Light of the World
Read this week about how Jesus is our Light in the darkness and the Light of life. [...]
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Chronicles of Salvation
Saved at a Biker’s Party!
One hardly imagines that a person would find Christ as his Savior at, of all places, a biker’s party. But then God is in the business of doing the unimaginable. Read how this born-again biker traded those biker’s grubs for red epaulets and a Salvation Officer Uniform. [...]
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Jimmy White needed a wake-up call: after two decades of bad decisions and wrong choices, he got it. God’s love and mercy hit him like a bolt from the blue. Read his story of unlikely salvation. [...]
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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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