July 2018 Issue
"Are we actually called, or did we get it wrong?" Lts Lance and Monika Gillard share their moving testimony of leaving officership, and how God's relentless love brought them back:
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“I wanted to change my life around and help others,” says Allan Jones, a Salvationist who suffers from schizophrenia. “With The Salvation Army, I have done just that”:
In a Salvation Army context, becoming a soldier is a form of discipleship. Captain Peter Hobbs, a corps officer in the Australia Territory, asks a challenging question: is soldiership too exclusive?
A New Man: Salvationist Ken Garrett shares how repentance and confession allowed God's healing to begin in his life: