Taking a towel, he wrapped it around his waist. Then he poured water into a bowl and began to wash the followers’ feet, drying them with the towel...
Several years ago, when attending a Sunday morning worship service at a Salvation Army corps (church), I heard one of our leaders preach. It was not a typical sermon, in fact it seemed too simple, especially for this seasoned preacher.
An Easter poem by War Cry editor Major Nigel Bovey.
In his collection of poetry – O Lord! – the late General John Gowans offers the following words. Why not use them in your reflections today.
First Minister Alex Salmond met with senior figures from 11 Scottish Churches to discuss current issues facing society and the Church.
Co-operative members in Glasgow and Lanarkshire have helped The Salvation Army in Cumbernauld with a grant of £2,000 towards the cost of play park equipment.
The Salvation Army is supporting more than 100 firefighters who are battling a large blaze in a library and museum in Elephant and Castle, London.
The Salvation Army is working harder than ever to ensure more of the 783 million who don’t have access, soon do.
The Salvation Army's Emergency response team for the Anglia Division were called out to assist several Suffolk fire rescue crews as they responded to a major thatched roof fire at a house near Bury St Edmunds.
Family breakdown, unemployment, poverty, homelessness, and drug and alcohol dependency are just some of the reasons why people can lose everything they value, including their dignity.