Mission, Vision & Values

Jack McDowell Scholl for Leadership
 

Our Mission

To empower spiritually motivated Salvationist leaders to grow in character, compassion and competencies through educating, equipping and encouraging in order to best achieve God’s mission through The Salvation Army.

Our Vision

To see Salvation Army leaders fully equipped with distinctive gifts and skills for missional leadership in the USA Southern Territory.

Our Objective

As we move the mission of God forward through Leadership Development in The Salvation Army we will offer something for every constituent to learn about, use in ministry, meditate on, and be transformed by.

Our Values

God’s Calling & Compassion  ~  to love & lead people to transformation in Christ.

Mentoring & Coaching  ~ Salvationist leaders to be all God intends them to be.

Diversity ~ of backgrounds, personalities and gifts for the advance of the Army’s role in God’s mission.

Accessibility & Variety ~ of leadership training for all who desire to increase their leadership capacity & skill.

Partnerships ~ that increase our capacity to enable leaders to reach their full potential.

Prayers, Theological Study, Reflection & Dialogue ~ to deepen the Biblical insights and practical skills of Army leaders.

Exceptional Outcomes ~ for the sake of the Kingdom and all those we serve and with whom we serve.

Our Hope

Leaders Leading with a clear sense of divine calling, a deep compassion for individuals and a compelling desire for personal holiness.

Leaders Growing in character and competencies through a full range of web-based learning opportunities and on-site trainings in strategic locations throughout the Southern Territory.

Leaders Mentored and Coached through regional networks of peers and supporters.

Leaders Multiplying Leaders to advance the mission of God in every corps and social services center.

Leaders Advancing Kingdom Partnerships as agents of personal and social transformation.

Leaders Pioneering new ministries and planting new corps for the glory of God and the growth of The Salvation Army.

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