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Here you will find easy access to all of the 2022 Partners in Mission Self-Denial resource material.


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Partners in Mission Self-Denial 2022 Introduction 

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A welcome to the 2022 video campaign and invitation to support with International Development Director, Lt-Col Brenda Murray.
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Partners in Mission Self-Denial 2022 Video Series 

Partners in Mission Self-Denial 2022 Introduction Video
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A welcome to the 2022 video campaign and invitation to support, with International Development Director, Lt-Col Brenda Murray. The Partners in Mission Self-Denial campaign is an annual, internal Self-Denial campaign for members to support the international work of The Salvation Army.

Producer's Thought: This video is ideal to show with a live introduction to the campaign at your corps. For campaigns held over a shorter number of weeks, it could be played the week before the campaign start or in combination with the next weekly feature video.

SELF-DENIAL:1 "WHAT DOES SELF-DENIAL MEAN TO YOU?"
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Salvation Army congregations and ministry units play an important role in supporting the Self-Denial (also known as 'Partners in Mission') campaign. This campaign provides the necessary money to carry out the ministry of The Salvation Army worldwide. These funds ensure that the Army continues to be a beacon of hope in countries devastated by poverty, illness and natural disasters.

Find out what the term "self-denial" means to Salvationists across Canada and Bermuda.

SELF-DENIAL:2 CONGO (BRAZZAVILLE) - VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE
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In the Congo (Brazzaville) Territory, The Salvation Army built a vocational training centre for vulnerable women, providing them with literacy and job skills, such as tailoring, hair braiding and beauty care.

Find out how Mercia's life was changed forever after receiving an education.

SELF-DENIAL 2022:3 ZAMBIA - COLLEGE OF NURSING 
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The Salvation Army has been operating the Chikankata College Of Nursing and Midwifery since 1947.

Since its establishment, thousands of young men and women have moved on to make a practical difference in their communities.

SELF-DENIAL:4 BRAZIL - VILA DOS PESCADORES CHILDREN'S CENTRE
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The Salvation Army in Brazil provides hope for a brighter future for many children and families who are at risk in the Vila dos Pescadores community.

Thank you to The Salvation Army Australia Territory for providing the footage for this video.

SELF-DENIAL:5 BURKINA FASO & MALI - CORPS LIFE
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Join us as we take you through a Sunday morning church service at Bonheur Ville corp. 

Thank you to The Salvation Army's UK and Republic of Ireland Territory for providing the footage for this video.

SELF-DENIAL 2022:6 INDIA - HOME TO THE RAILWAY CHILDREN
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In India, approximately 100,000 children live in railway stations across the country. The Salvation Army operates the Veer Program, which provides food, shelter and education for children who live in and around the stations.

Thank you to The Salvation Army's International Headquarters for providing the footage for this video.

SELF-DENIAL 2022:7 INDIA - COMMUNITY HEALTH
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The Salvation Army has been active in India since 1882, operating nine hospitals and clinics across the country. In 1893, The Salvation Army established the Catherine Booth hospital, a 300-bed general hospital and nursing school, which continues to operate today.

Thank you to The Salvation Army's International Headquarters for providing the footage for this video.