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Daily Devotions

Sometimes I think bringing God’s Kingdom to Earth is less complex than we realise. One of the most practical ways I see God’s Kingdom being brought to my community at Wollongong Salvos is through our ‘pay it forward’ coffee program. People from our church community...

What is the Freedom Partnership? A Salvation Army initiative to educate the community, business and government sectors regarding modern slavery, and support people who have survived slavery. At least 3,000 people are enslaved in Australia, in agriculture, construction, hospitality, domestic work, slave-like marriage, early and forced...

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples continue to experience ongoing discrimination and exclusion. This marginalisation has at times been caused by historical discrimination and oppression, as well as attitudes of racism entrenched within societal activities and policies that devalue the world’s oldest living culture. Aboriginal and...

Darwin Corps has a campus located in Anula—a northern suburb of Darwin, Northern Territory—however, our community covers all of the Darwin area. The Northern Territory is one of Australia’s most culturally diverse regions. Its population includes people of over 100 nationalities and supports some 50...

My name is Ian Michelson and I have been principal of Bayswater Primary School for more than 10 years. I have worked for the Department of Education (Victoria) in a range of roles including classroom teacher at all primary school levels, leading teacher, assistant principal...

After travelling to many different countries, I believe Australia is amazing place to live. We have space beyond what most people can only dream of, and support services that offer some provision for the most disadvantaged in our communities. As a reflection of our recognition...

Recently I had the opportunity to attend a church in San Francisco known for its ministry to the marginalised. As I lined up to enter the sanctuary, around 100 homeless men and women were entering another part of the building, lining up for their Sunday...

Summer Carnival is the The Salvation Army Australia Southern Territory’s Youth Councils, and sees hundreds of young people from all over the territory gather for a five-days of music, dancing, guest speakers, carnival rides and group activities. The event is facilitated by The Department of...

Safe from the Start is an award winning, evidence based program consisting of a one day training program  and resource tool kit that was informed by research work undertaken by UTAS /Swinburne Universities: States of Mind, (Dr Erica Bell, UTAS), Safe from the Start: and action...