Ever considered committing a few months to a year of your life to invest in your spiritual journey? These Salvation Army residential missions present incredible opportunities to deepen your faith, broaden your experience, and enhance your ministry.
Revolution Hawaii – Hawaii
If you are 18 to 29 and in-between majors, semesters, jobs or are just looking for a strong foundation for the rest of your life – Revolution Hawaii has opportunities designed to help you understand God more deeply, live more like Jesus and identify your unique purpose in reaching the world for Christ. RevHI’s mission is to reach, disciple and mobilize young adults. We believe that faith, growth and servant leadership are key to bringing change within your surrounding community and within yourself. We want to help you in building strong foundations that will stand up to the challenges that lie ahead. Whether it’s through our yearlong “365” mission or our three-month “Essentials” mission, we want you to come out, get involved and make a difference. Visit revolutionhawaii.org for more information.Rob Noland, Director of Camp Homelani & Revolution Hawaii, Waialua, HI
The Glory Shop – New York
“The Glory Shop is a discipleship school for artists, located in an off-Broadway theatre in the heart of New York City. We are looking for students who are passionate about the performing arts, who are ready to grow, and who are wholehearted followers of Jesus. Apply now at thegloryshop.com”Pratik and Olivia Munn-Shirsath, Captains Corps Officers (Pastors) Times Square, NY
The Urban Mission Center – Missouri
“The Urban Mission Center is committed to forming missional leaders who are prepared to take on the complexities of city ministry in this age of rapid urban growth. We offer yearlong apprenticeships to young adults hoping to strengthen their missional leadership skills while living communally in an urban neighborhood. Apprentices journey together, alongside local mentors, to discover their place in God’s mission. Check out urbanmissioncenter.com for more information.”Sara Johnson, Director of The Urban Mission Center, St. Louis, MO