For all information on The Salvation Army's Safety Policy for young people and Risk and Safety Management forms, please refer to the Keeping Children Safe website.
Kickstart packs contain everything you need to run dozens of awesome activities that encourage relationship building and adventure based learning with the young people you work with.
Tee HQ was established to bring you good looking, comfy and practical apparel for reppin' the Army and getting into mission! Each design is printed on ethically made apparel and all proceeds from every shirt design sold goes to a nominated cause.
A series of small booklets that give a brief, simple overview of complex faith ideas. Perfect for giving out to new Christians or those with little understanding of Christianity. No jargon, just super simple.
Currently available: The Lowdown on God, The Lowdown on Jesus, The Lowdown on Christianity, The Lowdown on the Bible, and The Lowdown on Church.
The Next Step is a four part DVD and booklet series that takes you step by step through what it means to be a soldier. The DVD and booklet have been designed to work in unison with exploring the Soldier's covenant, Salvation Army history and structure, our doctrine and symbols, lifestyle commitments and ministry outlets.
Tribe is the updated version of the traditional Corps Cadets material. It was introduced a few years ago but is still a great high school aged small group resource for exploring faith and The Salvation Army.
Each year, the Territorial Youth Department have created resources specifically for youth and their leaders to engage with the concept of self denial. This accompanies the territorial material and is sent to corps during the lead up to the Self Denial Appeal.
SIMPLE MENTORING GUIDE
The Simple Mentoring Guide was created by The Salvation Army Youth Department in Australia Eastern Territory. The guide is designed to help facilitate a mentoring session and features simple questions to prompt discussion in a folded, wallet-sized card. Get in touch if you'd like some!
The response card was created by the Youth Department to help record and follow up decisions made at youth events. Often it can be hard to keep track when people respond, so this card helps collate the info and ensure the relevant details get to the right people for the best follow up for the individual.