By Rob Birks, Major –
Catch a wave and you’re sitting on top of the world. – The Beach Boys
We Salvationists know our place. We have no interest in sitting on top of the world. We should, however, be all about catching the giant wave described in “Tsunami of the Spirit: a Festschrift [Google it] for General Paul & Commissioner Kay Rader” (Crest Books, 2014). The Raders, Western Territory officers, served as international leaders of The Salvation Army from 1994 to 1999.
By Glen Doss, Major
I hit rock bottom when three dope dealers beat me at gunpoint,” recalls Dy-Ann. “Stability in my life began the day I found Christ.”
“Drugs stole my life from me, leading to 10 rehabs, state hospitals, and jail,” says David. “After I accepted Christ as my Savior, worries and burdens lifted, and I found inner peace….Today I am a responsible, productive member of society.”
By Loreen Hamilton
Salvationists throughout the world have heard story after story of the life of their Founder, General William Booth. His passion, powerful speaking and vision to see the world won for God was revolutionary in his time. But one area rarely discussed–if ever—is the incredible events leading up to his death and the ways in which he was honored after his promotion to Glory.