Salvo Evangelizing: Activating The Go For Souls Ideal - Salvation Army Canada

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Salvo Evangelizing: Activating The Go For Souls Ideal

5 SESSIONS - Starts: Postponed
“Evangelizing and sharing the gospel.”


What will we Learn?

This short course is intended for those who don’t evangelize much but are interested in doing it more, and for those who don’t evangelize well, but are interested in doing it better.
The following topics are designed to build upon each other:

Dates Seminar Description
  Initiative Evangelism  
  Evangelism and Discipleship  


Why a Learning Cohort?

Reflection on God’s mission and how it finds expression in our leadership is important. We can increase our learning by hearing and reflecting on the experience of others. The time commitments are intentionally brief, however having several other people to share in the journey over a five week period provides support, encouragement and peer accountability in the process. 

What will it Cost to Participate in this Cohort?

The registration fee for this cohort is $25.00. Your Corps may be able to help with the cost of you participating in a cohort. Please see your Corps Officer. The cost of the presenters, resources, coaching appointments and administration is being subsidized by the Corps Mission Resource Department at Territorial Headquarters.

Who are the Presenters?

Major Stephen Court, evangelism consultant, and keen evangelist, along with…
To Be Determined

What Is the Format of the Learning Cohort?

The Learning Cohort will include the following elements:
Video conference – teaching and discussion components (salvo MO – drill / deploy / debrief)
Homework – readings / missions
Missions – evangelism initiatives

What Time Commitments are Involved?

  1. weekly hour-long video session;
  2. light assigned reading;
  3. weekly mission (hour or so)

Resource Bibliography

These books are not assigned or required reading but may be of interest to those pursuing the subject.

AGNEW, Milton S.  Transformed Christians.  Missouri : Beacon hill, 1974.

BOOTH, William.  Purity of heart.  London : Salvation Army, 1902.

BRENGLE, Samuel Logan.  Helps to holiness. London : Salvation Army, 1948.

BRENGLE, Samuel Logan.  The way of holiness.  USA  : Salvation Army,  1902.

READ, Edward.  Burning always burning.  Canada : Salvation  Army, 1985.

WESLEY, John.  A plain account of Christian perfection.  London : Epworth, 1975.

BOOTH,  Catherine.  Popular Christianity. London : Salvation Army, 1887.

BRENGLE, Samuel Logan.  When the Holy Ghost is come.  London : Salvation Army, 1909.

BRENGLE, Samuel Logan.  Resurrection, life and power. USA :  Salvation Army, 1925.

BRENGLE, Samuel Logan.  Love-slaves.  USA : Salvation Army, 1923.

BRENGLE, Samuel Logan.  Heart talks on holiness. USA : Salvation Army, 1976.

CAUGHEY, James (et al) Holiness readings.  London : Salvation Army,

CLIFTON, Shaw.  New Love.  New Zealand : Flag, 2004.

COUTTS, Frederick L. The Splendour of Holiness.  London.   Salvation Army 1983.

COUTTS, Frederick L. The Call to Holiness.  London.  Salvation Army 1957.

FOSTER, Richard.  Streams of living water.  London : Harper Collins,

HOWARD, T.H.  Fuel for sacred fire.  London : Salvation Army, 1924.

LARSSON, John.  The man perfectly filled with the spirit.  London : Salvation Army, 1986

MUNN, Olivia and COURT, Stephen.  The uprising – a holy revolution. Australia : Credo, 2007.

READ, Edward.  Passion for purity.  Canada : Salvation Army, 1975.

SMITH, Allister.  The ideal of perfection.  London : Oliphants,  1963.

STREET, Robert.  Holiness unwrapped.  Australia : Salvation Army, 2005.

WALDRON, John D.  The privilege of all believers.  Canada :  Salvation Army, 1981.

Any Questions?

If at any time you have questions, you are welcome to contact   Questions about the content of the Cohort should be directed to the individual Cohort facilitator.