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Salvation Army church
The Salvation Army
615 Slaters Lane
The Salvation Army is an international Christian organization that began its work in Canada in 1882 and has grown to become the largest non-governmental direct provider of social services in the country. The Salvation Army gives hope and support to vulner
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Danielle Strickland (Salvation Army)
Women on the Frontlines Canada | Speakers
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Previous to offering for service in The Salvation Army
lived in Toronto, Canada, and was involved with both crime and drugs.
After a religious experience in which she
perceived herself being forgiven by Jesus Christ her
world-view changed dramatically, and she
began to live a more morally good life.
is married, and is the mother of three boys (Zion, Judah and Moses).
She serves The Salvation Army in several ways, and is internationally recognised in her capacity as a leader, speaker, writer, justice advocate, mission developer, worship leader and church planter.
was commissioned as a Salvation Army Officer in 1995, in the Canada and Bermuda Territory.
She has served primarily as a Corps Officer, and is experienced in church planting; so far pioneering several Congregations, Outposts and Corps during her Officership.
Danielle's Officership has also taken her
in other directions.
She has been active in ecumenism, serving on ministerial associations, participating on boards of reference, preaching at denominational and inter-denominational events in more than fifteen countries, and leading multi-denominational initiatives.
is a regular guest at Spring Harvest and Roots, and was a special guest speaker at The Salvation Army
's World Youth Convention in June, July 2010.
is also a featured worship leader and has contributed to several worship albums with a number of original songs.
Hosted by Joel Woodrow or Samantha ...
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Hosted by Joel Woodrow or Samantha Stephen the In Depth specials feature interviews with social justice visionaries such as Danielle Strickland of the Salvation Army; Joseph Castleberry, Author of The New Pilgrims: How Immigrants are Renewing America's Faith and Values; Matthew Soerens of World Relief; Dr Krish Kandiah who is President of the London School of Theology and Ann Buwalda of the Jubilee Campaign, which protects human rights and the religious liberties.
Articles, book reviews and Q & As - Sophia Network
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Developing women - a method for mentoring by Danielle Strickland
The Liberating Truth by Danielle Strickland
- reviewed by Claire Rush
Just: imagine the social justice agenda by Danielle Strickland
- reviewed by Jo Regan
Danielle Strickland, Social Justice Director, Salvation Army, Australia
He leads us right to those ...
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He leads us right to those spaces where we have to depend on Him," said Danielle Strickland, a Salvation Army officer who has led an anti-trafficking organization.
In the first evening's keynote address, Strickland
shared the Salvation Army's heritage of shutting down the brothel system in Japan more than 100 years ago and ways in which others are working to replicate those results today using methods that are relevant to our current situations.
When she worked for the Salvation Army in Melbourne, Australia, a convention center booked the Salvation Army for an event at the same time as the Sexpo convention.
While other leaders were worried about ensuring separation from the sex convention, she
booked a booth there, and the event's organizer gave her
free space, treated her
kindly and requested a Bible from her
said Jesus leads us into the weak spots and the hard situations.
invites us into the right now, into the present time, into what He
wants to do this time, how He
wants to work in this moment, how it's going to work in this generation," Strickland