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Character Building

The Salvation Army is committed to sharing the love of God and the message of the saving hope of Jesus Christ to everyone, including our children! The Salvation Army's Character Building programs provide opportunities for young people to develop their character through exploring different activities, experiencing new things, and learning how to work together as a group.

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Christian Education

It is the intent of Salvation Army Christian Education programs to equip students to become more like Christ. Each Christian Education program involves studying God's Word and learning how it applies to the lives of believers. Junior Soldiers, Corps Cadets, and SONday's Cool are Salvation Army Christian Education programs held at corps (churches) in Nebraska, South Dakota, and Iowa. 

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Gene Eppley Camp

Gene Eppley Camp is a non-profit Christian camp owned and operated by the Salvation Army Western Division. It is located just south of Bellevue, Nebraska, on 118 acres and is the perfect location for group events and summer camp fun.

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The Salvation Army Western Division Youth Department holds many special events for youth and young adults throughout the year. Whether you are a Junior Soldier, Sunbeam or a young adult, there is an opportunity for you to join with other young people, learn more about God and have fun! Click the tabs to see dates, find registration forms and other information about each event. Check back often for more updates!

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Salvation Army Officers are ministers, ordained and commissioned by The Salvation Army.  Their responsibilities include the spiritual, emotional and physical care of the congregation and the communities where they serve. A Salvation Army Officer is:

  • Pastor
  • Preacher
  • Evangelist
  • Youth Leader
  • Counselor
  • Social Worker
  • Community Leader


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