All the World
Issue Date 1 January 2008
Editorial: Picture Perfect; From the top: The World President of Women’s Ministries writes about The Salvation Army’s role with children; Bangladesh: Providing immediate relief in the aftermath of Cyclone Sidr; Papua New Guinea: Displaced islanders find new church home with The Salvation Army; Tanzania: Wall paintings take the gospel to the people
; India: Self-help groups provide much more than an opportunity to earn money; UK: New schools material reaches children in a relevant way.
January - March 2008
Vol 46 No 1
|In this issue:|
Pictures can help the church present its message in a way that will have the strongest possible impact on people’s lives
|What Will This Child Be?|
The Salvation Army’s women’s ministries theme for 2008 is ‘Generation Next’. With this in mind, Commissioner Helen Clifton, World President of Women’s Ministries, writes about the potential and protection of children.
|Bamboo Bridges and Blessings|
Providing immediate relief in the aftermath of Cyclone Sidr
|The Church on the Beach|
Displaced islanders find new church home with The Salvation Army
|A Wall of Witness|
Major David Watson reports on an art scheme in Mbeya, Tanzania, that is taking the Bible to the people
|Help Yourself to Help Others|
Sally Midgelow reports how self-help groups are working in India and explains that the benefits go far beyond simple economics.
|School of Faith|
Shelley Drake, from the UK Territory’s Schools and Colleges Unit, is trying to begin a fightback with all-new Ultimate Church Visit materials that aim to show school-age children that The Salvation Army – and the Christian Church – has much to offer
|All the World 2008 Calendar|
A colourful calendar for 2008, which you may download and print