The Salvation Army Women’s Ministries encompass various opportunities for all women to be valued, encouraged, equipped through Christian faith & fellowship
Vision Statement The Salvation Army Women’s Ministries encompass various opportunities for all women where they are valued, encouraged, equipped, and invited to catch the joy through Christian faith and fellowship. Our mission is to provide opportunity to win women for Christ and assist in their spiritual growth; nurturing an awareness of the needs of the family, the community, the nation, and the world. The Salvation Army, an evangelical part of the universal Christian church established in 1865, has been supporting those in need in His name without discrimination for 129 years in the United States. Nearly 30 million Americans receive assistance from The Salvation Army each year through the broadest array of social services that range from providing food for the hungry, relief for disaster victims, assistance for the disabled, outreach to the elderly and ill, clothing and shelter to the homeless and opportunities for underprivileged children. 82 cents of every dollar spent is used to support those services in 5,000 communities nationwide.
Mission: The Salvation Army Women’s Ministries encompass various opportunities for all women to be valued, encouraged, equipped, and invited to catch the joy of Christian faith an fellowship. Our mission is to provide opportunity to win women for Christ and assist in their spiritual growth; nurturing an awareness of the needs of the family, the community, the nation, and the world.
Sign your kids up for a completely FREE Virtual Summer Camp!
We're hosting VIRTUAL Summer Camp! Looking for a way for your kids stay connected? Sign them up for [email protected].
WHERE DO YOU REGISTER:
Our Texas Campers will receive a Camper Crate mailed to them upon registration for [email protected].*While supplies last*
Responding to recent occurrences of racial injustice.
"That You would use our stories - our hurt, our past, to bring glory to Your name."
Let this be our prayer today.
“That You would use our stories - our hurt, our past, to bring glory to Your name.”
We pray that this dance and prayer from our Territorial Worship Service will be a blessing to you today. Join us Sunday at 10 am (EDT) for this week’s meeting - The Promise of Power!
Tune in here: youtube.com/salarmysouth
To use this resource or others like it, visit: ministrytoolkit.org/
Here's what the Salvation Army is doing right now to help people around the world.
salvationarmy.org News, updates and resources from the international Salvation Army during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic
We're kicking off National Salvation Army Week with some SA-themed treats! Show appreciation and love this week to your fellow corps members, co-workers, corps officers, volunteers and youth with our candy buttons, bell ringer pops and Ritz cookies! How creative can you get?
Get the full recipes here: sawomensministries.org/diy/
Hear from a Salvationist nurse on the frontlines in California. Our ladies are in action around the world serving the Lord and their communities!
caringmagazine.org While long considered the “unsung heroes” of global health, nurses today are unsung no more. We caught up with an intensive care unit (ICU) nurse in San Francisco, Jenny Mao, who is also a member of The Salvation Army to hear more about how she’s helping in the midst of COVID-19 and what she i...
Check out this free Salvation Army Women's Bible study series!
Have you checked out our free Bible study series yet?
We have been created by God, shaped and moulded like clay pots. Paul draws on this Old Testament image and extends it by speaking of recreation and indwelling.
In Paul's world, clay pots were used on a daily basis for cooking and for storage. They were ordinary, fragile and not special in any way. In many senses, they were disposable and their worth was determined by the contents.
It is the power of the gospel in our lives that is the precious treasure which sustains and strengthens the ‘clay pots’ of our humanity! We are God’s people and it is his treasure within us that really determines who we are.
📖 Read Lieut-Colonel Karen’s study in full: http://sar.my/12l
Jesus invites us to just breathe and let Him carry us through our anxieties.
Today isn't about maintaining control of everything.
It's about maintaining your gaze on Him in the midst of everything.
Today isn't about straining for perfection in everything.
It's about reaching for The Perfect One in everything.
Today isn't about getting through everything.
It's about letting Him carry you through everything.
Abandon fears & abide in your Father.
Just for today.
[ print's free to download here: http://bit.ly/StickyNotesForYourSoul ]
Through our Adult Rehabilitation Centers, we care for the emotional, spiritual and physical needs of the chronically addicted. We’ve been without income since shelter-in-place guidelines have forced our thrift stores to shut down. With your help, we’ll continue to house and shelter those struggling with substance abuse. #Covid19
Help us continue to serve those in need: salarmy.us/ntx
We invite you to join the rest of the Southern Territory for a day of prayer and fasting, this Sunday, April 19. The Salvation Army around the world will be praying alongside us that day.
We're looking forward to our Texas-wide online Easter Service, coming to a page near you this Sunday! Make plans to join us on Sunday morning for a special time of worship as we celebrate together.
"I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world." -Jesus
As we approach Good Friday, remember that even Jesus was faced with fear and anxiousness. In spite of it all, He chose to place His trust in the Heavenly Father. The days ahead may be uncertain, but God’s promises to His people remain true: He will never leave us or forsake us. He is both faithful and victorious!
Salvation Army- take heart! Do not grow weary in doing (the most) good. The Victor is the Father of our Army. Following His lead, we will fight till the very end.
To Him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen.
"I can hardly wait for Easter Sunday morning to arrive so I can sing with contagious enthusiasm, ‘Christ the Lord is risen today, Hallelujah!’"
Here is an Easter message from our World President of Women's Ministries, Commissioner Rosalie Peddle.
women.salvationarmy.org.nz Commissioner Rosalie Peddle, World President of Women's Ministries, greets us with her stirring message on the glory found in the Easter season.
Salvation Army Women's Ministries USA South
Good morning, world!! A quick story for you today. Our friend Emily woke up Wednesday with the song 'so rise and shine and give God the glory, glory!' running through her mind. It was a common chorus sung at her childhood corps, but yesterday she felt the pressing need to Google it.
She's shares that one of the first search results was from Isaiah 60:
“Get out of bed, Jerusalem!
Wake up. Put your face in the sunlight.
God’s bright glory has risen for you.
The whole earth is wrapped in darkness,
all people sunk in deep darkness,
But God rises on you,
his sunrise glory breaks over you...
Watch as they gather, watch as they approach you:
Your sons coming from great distances,
your daughters carried by their nannies.
When you see them coming you’ll smile—big smiles!
Your heart will swell and, yes, burst!
All those people returning by sea for the reunion,
a rich harvest of exiles gathered in from the nations!"
Emily read it over and over. She knew the context was different than what she was experiencing, but still she found great hope in it. 'The earth is wrapped in darkness but God rises on you!' And as the verses go on, they speak of a great reunion, of smiles and hearts bursting from joy from seeing returning friends and family.
We may see darkness right now, but light is coming! Reunions are coming! Hold tight to God's promises and love each other.
The Salvation Army International
The Salvation Army's International Headquarters presents a free set of posters to print off, colour in and display in your window to celebrate Easter. This is just one way you can share the life-changing story of Jesus with people in your community. #SignsOfEaster
You can download the artwork from https://www.salvationarmy.org/ihq/signs-of-easter - we'd love to see how they look in your front window!
I just received these words and thought you would like them. ❤️.
The First Easter
The very first Easter was not in a crowded worship space with singing and praising. On the very first Easter, the disciples were locked in their house. It was dangerous for them to come out. They were afraid. They wanted to believe the good news they heard from the women - that Jesus had risen - but it seemed too good to be true. They were living in a time of such despair and such fear. If they left their homes, their lives and the lives of their loved ones might be at risk. Could a miracle really have happened? Could life really have won over death? Could this time of terror and fear really be coming to an end?
Alone in the house they dared to believe that hope was possible and that the long night was over and morning had broken. They believed that God’s love was the most powerful of all, even though it didn’t seem quite real yet.
Eventually they were able to leave the house when the fear and danger had subsided. They went around celebrating and spreading the good news that Jesus had risen and that love was the most powerful force on the earth.
This year, we can experience a taste of what that first Easter was like, still in our homes daring to believe that hope is on the horizon. Then, after awhile, when it is safe for all people, when it is the most loving choice, we will come out. We will gather together, singing and shouting the good news that God brings life even out of death, and that love always has the final say!
This year we might get the closest taste we have had yet to what the first Easter was like.
- JB Wilson, Author
Happy Holy Monday! Our leaders want to invite you to join in Territory-wide Holy Week Services.
We invite you to participate in our Holy Week Services.
FOLLOW, not as spectators just listening to the story of Jesus but follow closely where the Lord journeys as He makes His way to the cross.
As Christians, we can take advantage of this time alone to seek God and to learn to listen to His voice. Here's a 15 minute podcast to help you get started in finding peace and quiet during this tumultuous time.
first15.org IntroductionIn today’s devotional, we’re going to look at the value of solitude in making space to hear from God. In all the noise of our world, solitude is more important now than ever. We need quiet to tune our ears to the still, small voice of God. We need the type of peace that only comes fr...
Here are 10 ways to keep busy and be productive from our Territorial Ministry to Women leaders. How are you going to be creative this week?
Anyone else going stir-crazy yet? Well, we've come up with 10 ways that you can keep busy and be productive (or indulgent!) that just might help!
Feel free to leave us a comment with other ideas or share what you're doing in your home!
The Southern Territorial Call to Mission Congress has been postponed and rescheduled for next year, June 4-6, 2021.
Important update about our Southern Territorial Call to Mission Congress from Commissioners Howell!
What an amazing program! The Salvation Army Lubbock is providing a "Hope Tote" to those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. “As calls began to increase, we learned that there were not just seniors, but families who had children at home because they couldn’t go back to school or didn’t have childcare but they didn’t want to get out. So we really have made the Hope Tote initiative available to anyone in need,” said Major David Worthy.
You can be part of making a difference during this heightened time of need by donating to The Salvation Army at sarmytx.org/covid-19
A morning devotional thought and word of encouragement from Lt. Col. Sharon Raymer:
Celebrate. Ask. Leave. Meditate.
The presence of anxiety is unavoidable, but the prison of anxiety is optional. In the midst of all that is happening I have pulled out Max Lucado's Book “Anxious for Nothing.” I just want to share with you a few thoughts from his book.
Anxiety is not a sin; it is an emotion. (So don’t be anxious about feeling anxious.) Jesus gave this word: “Be careful, or your heart will be weighed down with ...the anxieties of life” (Luke 21:34 NIV).
Philippians 4:4-8 tells us:
Rejoice in the Lord always. Again, I will say rejoice! Let your gentleness be known to all men. The Lord is at hand. Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your request be known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy—mediate on these things.
Five verses with four admonitions that lead to one wonderful promise: “the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds.” (vs7)
CELEBRATE God’s goodness. “Rejoice in the Lord always” (vs4)
ASK God for help. “Let your requests be known to God” (vs 6)
LEAVE your concerns with Him. “With thanksgiving” (vs6)
MEDITATE on good things. “Think about the things that are good & worthy of praise” (vs8)
God is ready to give it. It will require some work on your part. I certainly don’t mean to leave the impression that anxiety can be waved away with a simple pep talk. In fact for some us God’s healing will include the help of therapy and/or medication. If that is the case, do not for a moment think that you are a second-class citizen of heaven. Ask God to lead you to a qualified counselor or physician who will provide the treatment you need.
Since we have been married Ronnie checks all the doors to make sure they are locked before he goes to bed. As a father who loves his family he wants to protect us. God loves each of us, and he oversees the world. He monitors your life. He doesn’t need to check the doors; indeed, he is the door.
You spoke to the storms. Would you speak to ours? You calmed the hearts of the apostles. Would you calm the chaos within us? You told them to fear not. Say the same to us. We are weary from our worry, battered and belittled by the gales of life. Oh Prince of Peace, give us a spirit of calm. Quench anxiety. Stir courage. Let us know less fret and more faith. In Jesus name, amen.
If you're looking for a crafty project to work on while at home right now, check out this tutorial or others like it. You can exercise your sewing skills while helping out our wonderful healthcare workers.
The CDC is asking for people to make face mask. Can you help out?
If you have young ones in your home right now or if you are just young at heart, here's something fun and educational to experience from your own home. Also, follow our SATX Youth&Music department for more spiritual and educational tips for helping the children in your household during this confusing time.
... some great adventures to have from your own home. #Adventure #Explore
give.salvationarmytexas.org The Salvation Army Texas
Due to health concerns and federal and state recommendations, this year's Women's Retreat has been rescheduled for September 25-27, 2020. We're disappointed that we will not have our usual springtime fellowship, but we are excited to see what God has in store for His followers over the next few months.
Please join us in praying for our leaders during this difficult and uncertain time, and please do your best to stay safe. And remember that, "God did not give us a spirit of fear. He gave us a spirit of power and of love and of a good mind." 2 Timothy 1:7
We'll see you in the Fall!
WM Texas's cover photo
Yesterday was International Women’s Day, and now more than ever we need to become aware that we are part of a global community. As Christian women we can impact not just the places where we live, but also our country and our world. We are happy to share with you the new Mission Statement for Women’s Ministries as it has been introduced to us by International Headquarters. We encourage you to learn it, to be guided by it, and to share it with other women. We invite you to REIMAGINE your ministry to women in light of this Mission Statement.
Congress weekend is coming soon! You can sign up now at calltomission.org.
LADIES - it's Women's History Month! Let's kick it off getting excited for the women's gathering at Congress!
For more information on this not 👏 to 👏 be 👏 missed event, visit calltomission.org!
Tu tienda católica donde puedes encontrar artículos religiosos importados de México.
Viva Guadalupe is a pro-life apostolate seeking to promote devotion and knowledge of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
Welcome to the Sanctuary, where the Holy Spirit fills our hearts to the brim and overflowing with the love of Jesus Christ; .
UPDATED Service Times SUNDAYS: English service 10AM Spanish Service 11:30AM
Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature Mark 16:15
Hechos 27:25 Esforzaos y cobrad ánimo; no temáis, ni tengáis miedo de ellos, porque Jehová tu Dios es el que va contigo; no te dejará, ni te desamparar
"Catch the Vision, Expect the Unexpected"Dr. Paul E. Walker, Pastor
Breakthrough Dallas is amazing. Let's awaken Dallas, and then the world!!!! HabaKkuk 2:2
We believe like the Woman at the wall, your past does not define your Destiny.
LISTEN EVERY FRIDAY MORNING 2 PRAY WITHOUT CEASING RADIO BROADCAST ON (WCVG) 1320AMTHEVOICE.COM LOCATED IN OHIO EVERY FRIDAY @ 10:00AM EST LISTEN ON LINE JOIN PRAYER LINE SUNDAYS @ 6:00 A.M. EST DIAL716-293-9738 DIAL 563 999 2090# ACCESS CODE IS 356966#.