Salvation Factory provides teaching and training on a variety of topics related to innovation and creativity in Salvation Army ministry and mission. The following are workshops that we are available to come and teach. For more information, please contact Salvation Factory.
A HOLY FIRE
Samuel Logan Brengle said: “A spark from the fire is like the fire.” This interactive worship time teaches on the theme of Holiness using the imagery of a match – Freed, Healed, Struck, Ignited and Igniting Others.
Catherine Booth never travelled beyond the borders of England, but the effects of her life influenced a worldwide, multi-generational movement of people who embraced her practical and aggressive expression of Christianity known as Salvationism.
In this workshop will explore her philosophy of mission and how to live out these ideals in today’s culture.
This is a three part workshop series that focuses on:
- Being Captured by God’s Holy Presence
- Capturing the Flag
- Capturing the Next Generation
EXPERIENCE THE FIRE – PROCLAIM THE BLOOD
This series of workshops include a fun game of “Salvationary”, an exploration of the concept of “Blood and Fire”, and an “Experience Meeting” in which we look at William Booth’s Resolutions – a covenant he made to God when he was a teenager.
FAITH HAND OFF: Equipping Young Adults to Run the Race
The right shoes, the right clothes, the right training -all these things are important
if we want to run a marathon and survive!
What spiritual equipment and training do we need to possess in order to run the race Christ has set before us and how do we pass on the baton of faith so that others can run their race well?
FROM PENNY GAFFS TO SWIMMING POOLS: William Booth’s Transformational Theology and Vision for Children through Salvation Army Youth Centers
William Booth’s vision for reclaiming children was one of his highest priorities, forming the foundations for Salvation Army youth work. The first “Center”purchased for the salvation of children was the “Limehouse Penny Gaff”in 1868. In this workshop, we will explore Booth’s earliest practical and theological convictions on how we are to bring the whole gospel to the whole child. Whether using 19th Century Penny Gaffs or 21st Century Swimming Pools, our vision remains the complete redemption of every child.
In 1 Timothy 1:7 we read: “God has not given us a spirit of fear but of power and love and a strong mind.” This interactive worship time focuses on the concept of Holiness as it relates to power, love and our minds.
JUNIOR SOLDIER STYLE
What began with the early Salvationist “Pied-Piper”, Captain John Roberts in 1880 has exploded into a movement of almost half a million kids in 124 countries around the world today.
Why is Junior Soldiers the most important training program in your Corps? Why is it critical to train children to be saints and soldiers? Come to this workshop and join the dance.
LESSONS IN HOLINESS
An interactive worship time that teaches on the theme of Holiness using the life of Samuel Logan Brengle – one brick at a time.
REGENESIS OF SALVATIONISM
This workshop is not a nostalgic stroll down memory lane. It is a rediscovery of a series of battle plans that ignited a youth movement which transformed the world.
THE GAME OF LIFE
Heads up! Eyes front! Forward! Mighty Army of the Young
The identity, vision and mission of American Salvation Army youth work.
WILLIAM BOOTH’S DIY FOR MISSION
This workshop explores one of William Booth’s articles “What is a Mission Station?” In it we look at his 5 fold strategy of mission: Love It, Teach It, Work It, Nurture It, Govern It.