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Direct from the TC: Forward Together

24 April 2015

Friends,

I would like to thank everyone who joined us in person or via live stream for the launch of our Forward Together plan yesterday. If you were unable to join us I ask that you set aside some time to watch the announcement in full online at: salvos.org.au/forwardtogether

Our Forward Together plan is the consolidation of much hard work over recent years. It is not a ‘new direction’ but it is a vital step to continue building on the important work of the past.

The four key goals we have identified as critical to us being a more effective Army are:

  • People transformed by Jesus (soul saving)
  • Healthy faith communities (growing saints)
  • Unified mission expressions (serving suffering humanity)
  • Courageous stewards (using our mission resources effectively and efficiently)

Our plan is a living document. We need your help to ensure we continue to meet new challenges as they emerge. I ask that you join us on the Forward Together journey by watching the video of our launch yesterday.

I am calling our territory to prayer, so that God may guide us as we seek to move forward together. I encourage you to share your thoughts and prayerful reflections on this journey by visiting salvos.org.au/forwardtogether and leaving your comments.

May God bless you as you serve his mission.

Blessings,

James Condon (Commissioner)
Territorial Commander

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