“We’re full!” This is one of the uncompromisingly forthright responses in social media to the presentation the Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin made as she appealed to the world, the EU and the UK to do something more about the plight of those risking everything to cross the Mediterranean Sea for a better life in Europe.
It had been an exceptional day, despite the mundane that filled it.
I met four Samaritans while out walking tonight...
“Now, this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.”
Now, I am quite partial to a parcel myself, although, I have had to accept, given my family’s medical history and my tendency to put on weight when within a 10-metre radius of delicious delights..
I was interviewed recently by Salvationist magazine’s Captain Andrew Stone about growing up in Cape Town at a time when South African lives were segregated through apartheid..
It happens every year. The retailers and the wholesalers lay out their carefully construed and constructed consumer traps in October.
Last Thursday, Major Mike Lloyd-Jones presented ALOVE’s about-to-be-launched To Serve course material at our weekly Territorial Headquarters prayers.
Today (5th November) is the launch day for the newly designed website of The Salvation Army’s United Kingdom Territory with the Republic of Ireland. Below, some of the design team display the homepage of the website at the prelaunch presentation.
I was privileged to spend the past weekend in Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, as a last-minute replacement guest at The Salvation Army’s ordination event for ministers (known as officers).