We’ve always thought that putting our beliefs into action was a pretty big deal. After all, if we believe in something it should effect the way we live, right? (psst. the answer is yes!)
Well, in order to help us better do that and live out our faith, we have banded ourselves into an army of salvation out to share the sweet news of Jesus with the world. And like any army in the world there are a few distinctive that define who we are, what we do and how we do it. So for the month of June (and the last week in May), we’ll be sharing and podcasting our story as an army of salvation. Don’t miss a week, this is going to be an awesome month, with a few surprises along the way.
We Are an Army… not a bunch of fat cows! by Lt. Peter Lublink
We can’t sit back like a bunch of fat lazy cows. We are an army, and armies don’t watch injustice happen without getting in the middle of the fight. We stand up for the poor, we stand up for those with no voice and we do it all without returning violence for violence. Listen in and be challenged.
We Are an Army… and we fight! by Lt. Alison Lublink
Lt. Alison takes a look at General William Booth’s quote as it relates to Jesus’ teachings on serving others. Listen in as this one finishes up with a bonus track of “I’ll Fight” the song by CSM Pat Humble. Not to be missed.
We Are an Army… and we give big! by Lt. Peter Lublink
As apart of our ongoing series on being an Army of Salvation, this morning instead of a sermon we broke into 4 groups each being given $250.00 to spend on serving their neighbourhood. We’ll see how God mulitiples that $1,000.00 and allows us to give big in this neighbourhood.
We Are an Army… of salt and light! by Lt. Alison Lublink
Thinking about our international army, Alison calls us to be salt and light in a world that is filled with darkness and pain. Jessica even jumps in with some reflections on this last week of being at High Point.
We Are an Army… and we rock! by Lt. Peter Lublink
Why should the devil have all the good music? Peter spends some time chatting about music in The Salvation Army, why we do what we do, and why we continue to use secular tunes in worship.