Posts categorized as "Culture"

How about a year at The Salvation Army’s own Folk High School in Norway?

The Salvation Army in Norway has some grants available which are for foreign students who belong to The Salvation Army in their own country. The Jeløy Folk High School is just one of 78 Folk High Schools throughout Norway. Each year these schools are attended by over 7000 young people between the ages of 18-25….

Feedback: Conversations on Faith & Doubt

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Feedback happens when a signal gets looped back into its source, like a guitar’s pickups being overloaded by the sound coming from its own amp. Usually this creates a lot of noise and dissonance. However, in the right hands it can be harnessed to create beautiful things: think Sigur Ros, Bon Iver, or even Neil…

Making A Place For Young People to Grow

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A key component of youth development is a focus on establishing nurturing environments where young people can discover their identity in Christ. Far from simple coddling, making a place for young people to grow means promoting safe, healthy, caring environments within corps and communities. Read more on the research behind the youth development concept here….

Moving the Church – Part 2

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*Disclaimer: No darts were actually used in the determining of this year’s moves. Probably.* Last year, on the eve of The Central Territory’s annual move announcements, we considered part of The SA’s historical reasoning behind our system. Left untouched in that discussion was whether or not our system was helping us actually achieve the goals…