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Amazing Grace

April 3rd, 2009 · 1 Comment

Amazing Grace

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For as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also.

This line from The Good Book (James 2:26, KJV) has always been a guiding light in my personal quest for redemption. I’m in direct opposition to people who try to impose their faith on others through violence and coercion.  I’m fully convinced that the only way you can convince others to share your faith is by love and living your life according to your faith.

This is not a post about religion, in case you’re starting to feel apprehensive. The reason I shared a bit about my personal faith is because today I’m writing about an organization that I admire deeply, and which I believe embodies the kind of faith that’s close to my heart. I’m talking about the Salvation Army, an organization that all these years, in almost every city and town in America (and throughout the world), has worked tirelessly to help the poor and the needy in our society.

Watch: Amazing Grace of The Salvation Army

Since its humble beginnings in England in the 19th century and its arrival in America in 1879, the Salvation Army has been relentless in pursuing its mission to lead people to Christ and improve the lives of the poor and the lost. The road has not always been paved for them, but despite persecutions, threats, and violence these people have endured all these years, today they continue in their noble work of helping the poor and the downtrodden.

Today, the Salvation Army is helping people rebuild lives, and build community and fellowship. They are actively involved in campaigns to alleviate suffering – disaster relief, fighting human trafficking, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, search for missing persons, and prisoner rehabilitation, to name a few of these worthy endeavors.

Pacebutler is proud to help in the work of the Salvation Army and other charitable organizations. I will be featuring each of these institutions in subsequent posts, I thought I’d start with the organization that has shown me personally what true and meaningful faith is.

Here’s how it works. We have prepared a special page facility for each of these organizations we’re currently working with. People of goodwill from anywhere in these United States who want to contribute to the works of these organization through cell phone donations may do so, by sending old or used cell phones to us and specifically name an organization they want to benefit from their donations. That old phone that’s been gathering dust in a drawer somewhere in your house may just save a life today, act now.

If you want to help the cause of The Salvation Army through cell phone donations, please click here.

In a few days we will be launching a page in Facebook and an account in Twitter to further banner the partnership between these groups and Pacebutler. If you’re in Facebook, I’m inviting you in advance to join our community there.

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