The Army describes itself like this: The Salvation Army is a fellowship of people who have accepted Jesus Christ as their personal Saviour and Lord and whose common aim is to induce others to subject themselves to the lordship of Christ.
Zonal leadership The world is divided into zonal territories, which are themselves divided into smaller, usually national, areas.
The Salvation Army is a non-governmental relief agency and is usually among the first to arrive with help after natural or man-made disasters. Officer training Salvationists accepted to become officers receive two years' residential training.
Whoever believes in him may be saved. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. They had been 'saved to save'. The modern Army is no longer run like this - its leadership is consultative rather than autocratic. Sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ and God's word to the families in our church about Faith,Hope and Love can help us reflect and then move forward in our lives.