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Jul4FriThe Salvation Army present in each country July 4, 2014
World Cup Quarterfinals are here! It's a time where the whole world comes together and believe that their team will make it, they will work hard and they will win. People from all over the world fly their country's flag from outside their home to outside their car window.
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- World Missions
Did you know that every single country in the World Cup Quarterfinals has a Salvation Army church, program, education centre, daycare centre, feeding program, hospital and/or a project to provide the most basic of necessities? Did you also know that these are just some of the programs and projects that you work so hard to donate to or sponsor?
Many children in these countries look to world class soccer players as role models, believing in the impossible and dreaming of stardom. Although they may not have store bought soccer balls, they play in the streets and corner with home-made balls made from plastic bags and rubber bands and they dream of becoming the next James Rodriguez or Luis Suarez.
Today, at the beginning of the Quarterfinals and as the competition builds to the final match, we will be sharing information of the ministry of The Salvation Army in the countries playing. We encourage you to take a moment to pray for the challenges and joys of our International Salvation Army.
Brazil vs. Columbia
Latin America North - Columbia
Germany vs. France