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2018 Online Videos

 

PIM2018:Intro - Partners In Mission 2018 Introduction Video
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Description:
A welcome to the 2018 video campaign with World Missions Director, Major Brenda Murray and an invitation to support from Territorial Commander, Commissioner Susan McMillan. The Partners in Mission campaign is an annual, internal campaign across the Canada and Bermuda Territory, for members to support The Salvation Army’s international work.

Producer’s Thought:
At just over a minute in length, this video is ideal to show with a live introduction to your corps campaign. 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.



PIM2018:1 “Integrated Mission” - Kibera Community
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Description:
“Kibera is an informal settlement or it’s known locally as a slum… and they estimate that there’s about a million people living here…” Projects officer Lt. Richard Bradbury gives us a glimpse of the Salvation Army’s work in Kibera, Kenya, just outside the city of Nairobi.

An inspirational story with visits to homes in the community and brief stories from mothers in SA programs.

Producer’s Thought:
The integrated ministry in Kibera is a great representation of TSA’s work around the world that would not be possible without your support of the international self denial campaign.


PIM2018:2 Likoni School for the Blind
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Description:
A visit to one of 25 schools for the blind that The Salvation Army operates around the world. Short testimony from a salvationist who is the school principal. Finishes with a thank you and a welcome to return anytime from a young female student.

Producer's Thought:
The Salvation Army operates over 4,400 schools worldwide. 25 of them are schools for the blind which deal with very specialized needs to help children get a good start in life. Many of these communities are in developing countries where TSA works with governments to provide education systems to build community.



PIM2018:3 Street Boys
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Description:
The Salvation Army has opened it’s headquarters property to run programs for youth experiencing homelessness. In this video we visit one of the programs and meet a group who call themselves “Street Boys”.

Producer’s Thought:
TSA opened it’s headquarters to people struggling with homelessness and converted one of the officer’s quarters to be used for social programs.



PIM2018:4 Mother & Child Health Clinic
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Description:
A brief visit to a health clinic in rural Kenya with World Missions Director Major Brenda Murray.

Producer's Thought:
A glimpse into a health clinic provided at a corps. The Salvation Army sets up clinics -usually in rural settings- to provide support for mothers and their children in communities that don’t have access to immediate healthcare. There are approximately 130 hospitals and 460 clinics worldwide, many of which rely on support from the international self denial campaign to continue operations.



PIM2018:5 Joytown - A School for the Physically Handicapped
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Description:
A brief visit to a place of refuge and joy where children are encouraged to reach their full potential.

Producer's Thought:
The Salvation Army operates over 4,400 schools worldwide. Many, like Joytown, rely on the support provided by the international self denial campaign.


PIM2018:6 The Goat Project
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Description:
In rural Kenya people come together and support each other through a goat project started with The Salvation Army and continued with the whole community. A tribute to a projects officer  who passed away tragically after filming is featured at the end of this video.

Producer’s Thought:
The Canada and Bermuda Territory currently has 69 active projects around the world. While these are not directly supported by the self denial campaign, self denial funds support the infrastructure that make projects like this one possible.


PIM2018:7 “We are all Partners in Mission” – Kenya
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Description:
The World Missions team meet Canadian officers Lt. Colonels Morris and Wanda Vincent and see TSA serving across the country of Kenya, just one of 128 countries involved in the international self denial campaign.

Producer’s Thought:          
TSA serves in a large variety of environments around the world. This video gives a picture of environmental and social struggles, as well as indiscriminate violence and oppression.