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Daily Devotions

Auburn is a thriving, active corps based in the western suburbs of Sydney. It is situated in the most multicultural area of Sydney, and its membership and activities that reach out into the community reflect this. A busy community centre is attached to the corps and...

The opinion-makers are influencers, the guides, and the conscience of our community. They are the journalists, columnists, radio hosts, late-night hosts, filmmakers and celebrities who are listened to when they talk. They are the shapers of contemporary culture. We don’t always agree with them, we...

I’m very thankful that I live in Australia because I know that our leaders/people in authority are always trying their hardest to meet our needs. On the other hand, I acknowledge that we are not perfect and we do have our faults. What I really would...

Too often we consider working with the poor an act of service, one in which we will in some way receive a holy pat on the back from God. The poor themselves are in many ways separate to us, as though we only need them...

Imagine throwing a pebble into a tranquil pond. Can you picture the ripples spreading out across the pond in ever-widening circles? That’s the picture that comes to mind when I hear Jesus’ words in Acts 1:8, ‘You will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all...

The Salvation Army is active in one of Australia’s most remote regions – the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara desert lands in South Australia’s far north-west (bordering the Northern Territory and Western Australia). The ‘APY Lands Ministry’ takes affordable furniture, household goods and clothing to 2500 Aboriginal...

Homelessness is the major social issue that The Salvation Army Policy and Programme Department focusses on. There are many reasons for a person becoming homeless, and being homeless has a number of significant personal and social impacts. Rarely does a person become homeless by choice. Awareness of...

  The Salvation Army Bellarine Peninsula Corps Plant was established in February 2010, when Lieutenants Peter and Diane Hobbs were sent there as their first appointment. Their mission was disciple making—and that’s what they did. Taking the Great Commission seriously, they started to immerse people in...

When I think back to my formative years as a teenager, there are several key people who significantly influenced my life. They valued me, saw my potential and walked alongside me. They helped me navigate the awkward teenage phase and work through many of my doubts...

My dream for Australia is that we would become a country that seeks God in prayer. There is a movement of prayer that is moving across the world and it is probable that at this time more Christians are mobilised for intentional prayer that at...