NASHVILLE, Tenn.––One hundred and thirty-five churches responded to an offer to purchase cases of Strength for Service books for presentations on the 15th anniversary of the September 11 attack on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center. Cases included 52 copies of Strength for Service to God and Community, a book of daily devotions for [...]
Your church has the opportunity to give a book with additional devotions.
One hundred and thirty-five churches responded to an offer to purchase cases of Strength for Service books.
A non-denominational ministry formed by the General Commission on UM Men is sending 1,000 copies of Strength for Service to God and Country to Sailors and Marines deploying from San Diego in October. The historic books, provided by St. Louis-based World Wide Technology, were first published in 1942 for World War II troops deploying for Asia [...]
By Crystal Caviness The Rev. Richard Hartman likens handing a copy of Strength for Service to a police officer to “putting God right there in the midst of things.” As chaplain to an Indiana police department that numbers more than 400, Hartman’s job entails providing spiritual encouragement to the men and women who work to [...]
SUPERIOR, Wisc.––Each July, Faith UMC and Harbor House Crisis Shelters host a “Wildfire! Youth Mission Event” to welcome youth from around the region who will be engaged in mission work in the area. The goal is for Christian holiness to spread like wildfire throughout the region. The Revs. Joel and Barb Certa-Werner The [...]
Police Chaplain Edwin Quintana, Ocala, Fl. on Friday, distributed some of the 780 SFS God and Community books to sheriff's officers, police and other first responders as as result of the Orlando tragedy a few weeks ago.
The Strength for Service team sent 3,300 copies of Strength for Service to God and Country to U.S. Navy Captain Fauntleroy, chaplain of the Pacific Fleet.
Following a massive fire and the hospitalization of several firefighters, the Strength for Service Corporation sent 360 copies of Strength for Service to God and Community to all the firefighters in the capitol city.
Jo Ann Keith, ICPC Law Enforcement Chaplain for the Little Rock Police Department and the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office, is in the process of distributing 260 copies of Strength for Service to God and Community to members of both groups.