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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

LeaderSpeak: Marriage

LeaderSpeak: Marriage

28 February 2013

This week on LeaderSpeak Commissioner James Condon celebrates 40 years of marriage, and shares his s...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Surprises #1

LeaderSpeak: Surprises #1

20 February 2013

Will you allow yourself to be surprised by God, or are you too busy or distracted to hear God’s voic...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Community

LeaderSpeak: Community

13 February 2013

What does community mean to you? In LeaderSpeak this week Commissioner James Condon offers a picture...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Leadership

LeaderSpeak: Leadership

6 February 2013

What is more important for a leader, competence or character? This week on LeaderSpeak Major Mark Ca...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Healthy corps

LeaderSpeak: Healthy corps

1 February 2013

What are the marks of a healthy corps? Commissioner James Condon shares some insights on ‘corps heal...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Emotionally Healthy Spirituality

LeaderSpeak: Emotionally Healthy Spirituality

16 January 2013

In LeaderSpeak this week commissioner James Condon outlines the importance of seeking emotionally he...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.

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