Autopsy of a Deceased Church Pt 2

At the 2018 Young Adult Retreat, our theme was REVIVAL, and we looked at what it meant to have both a personal revival and a corporate revival in The Salvation Army. David Witthoff presented a workshop called “Autopsy of a Deceased Church”, based on the book by Thom Rainer.

Autopsy of a Deceased Church Pt 1

At the 2018 Young Adult Retreat, our theme was REVIVAL, and we looked at what it meant to have both a personal revival and a corporate revival in The Salvation Army. David Witthoff presented a workshop called “Autopsy of a Deceased Church”, based on the book by Thom Rainer.

What Revival Means To Me – Melissa Bledsoe

At the 2018 Young Adult Retreat, our theme was REVIVAL, and we looked at what it meant to have both a personal revival and a corporate revival in The Salvation Army. During the weekend, we had 3 young women share what REVIVAL looks like to them. Melissa Bledsoe shared, and started off by saying, “In the church we play too much.” Let’s go!

Postures For A Missional Life Pt 2

At the 2018 Young Adult Retreat, our theme was REVIVAL, and we looked at what it meant to have both a personal revival and a corporate revival in The Salvation Army. Sara Johnson from the Urban Mission Center in St. Louis came to talk about developing postures for a missional life. A key ingredient, we believe, to having REVIVAL become reality.

Postures For A Mission Life Pt 1

At the 2018 Young Adult Retreat, our theme was REVIVAL, and we looked at what it meant to have both a personal revival and a corporate revival in The Salvation Army. Sara Johnson from the Urban Mission Center in St. Louis came to talk about developing postures for a missional life. A key ingredient, we believe, to having REVIVAL become reality.

What Revival Means To Me – Future Brown

At the 2018 Young Adult Retreat, our theme was REVIVAL, and we looked at what it meant to have both a personal revival and a corporate revival in The Salvation Army. During the weekend, we had 3 young women share what REVIVAL looks like to them. We started with Future Brown, who shared a deeply moving poem.