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LeaderSpeak: Don't look back

LeaderSpeak: Don't look back

18 July 2013

Lt-Colonel David Godkin challenges us to let go of the past, and press on in relationship with Jesus. ...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Friends

LeaderSpeak: Friends

12 June 2013

Commissioner James Condon reflects on the importance of friendship; with Jesus and with our Christia...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Surprises #3

LeaderSpeak: Surprises #3

29 May 2013

Have you ever been surprised by God's provision? Commissioner Jan Condon says that with God's provis...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Holiness

LeaderSpeak: Holiness

10 April 2013

Commissioner James Condon explores the role holiness plays in the life of The Salvation Army today. ...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Surprises #2

LeaderSpeak: Surprises #2

3 April 2013

They say that God is a God of surprises, but do we expect to be surprised by our Lord?...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Positive attitude

LeaderSpeak: Positive attitude

27 March 2013

Commissioner James Condon gives us a simple yet powerful challenge: to keep a positive attitude....Read more

LeaderSpeak: Equipping

LeaderSpeak: Equipping

20 March 2013

In her final episode of LeaderSpeak, Lieut-Colonel. Miriam Gluyas talks about disciple making and re...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Servant Leadership

LeaderSpeak: Servant Leadership

13 March 2013

What kind of leader are you? Commissioner James Condon offers some insights into what makes an effec...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Remain in me

LeaderSpeak: Remain in me

6 March 2013

What will it look like if we obey Jesus call to remain in him? This week Lt-Colonel David Godkin loo...Read more

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The Salvation Army acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures; and to elders both past and present.

The Salvation Army is committed to ensuring the provision of safe and inclusive environments for children, young people and vulnerable people where they feel respected, safe, valued and encouraged to reach their full potential. The Salvation Army is a child safe organisation.