Re Effect

SAVE THE DATE!  January 8 – 10, 2016 | Atlanta, GA

Re Effect is a triangle, one part bi-annual event, one part leadership development and the base is a focus on mission at the corps level. The goal of Re Effect is to equip Salvationists for mission through a renewed love for others, a reinvigorated commitment to service and a rekindled passion for discipling and training future leaders of The Salvation Army. At this event it is our goal to provide resources on leadership, new experiences in worship and opportunities for mission. The Re Effect is a reminder to stay true to our calling as a movement, we need to continue to be actively engaged with the poor in our communities and we want to live as a church without walls.

We are looking for the dreamers, the visionaries, and those that are ready to do bold things in the name of Jesus. Join the movement.



 is the Executive Director of Churches in Mission and England Director for the UK Evangelical Alliance. Prior to this, Dr. Kandiah was the Director of the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics and also Tutor in Mission and Evangelism at Wycliffe Hall. He was also a member of the Oxford University Theology faculty. Dr. Kandiah has worked with students in the UK with Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship, and in Albania with the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students, before becoming pastor of a multi-cultural church in Harrow. He is a regular speaker at university missions, and has wide experience in evangelism and cross cultural mission. He is a husband, father, adopted dad and foster carer.


amenanamedebut book release, Breaking Old Rhythms: Answering the Call of a Creative God, explores how experiences such as deejaying, learning to dance, having a broken heart and practicing the rules of improv can teach us about our life’s rhythm and how we can better tune our ears and lives to the rhythm of God.

The author of spoken-word CD Live at Java Monkey, Amena has performed and spoken at events across the nation such as The RightNow Conference, Creativity World Forum, Catalyst Conference, Chick-fil-A Leadercast, as well as touring with Gungor.

As part of a generation that is searching for the real and the genuine in an age of constant carbon copy, Amena is both regal and dramatic in her creative interpretation on the stage, and in her candid and expressive conversation one on one. This nonconformist lends her voice to finding inspiration, truth and purpose and encourages those she encounters to do the same.


israelnameand Eva Shue both responded to God’s call to officership during their teenage years and entered the School for Officer Training in the USA Eastern Territory as cadets in the Heroes of the Faith session.  Commissioned on June 6, 1964, Lieutenant Israel Gaither was appointed as Assistant Corps Officer to Pittsburgh Northside, and Lieutenant Eva Shue as Assistant Corps Officer to Pittsburgh Homewood.  Three years later, upon their marriage in July 1967, it was to the Pittsburgh Homewood Corps that Lieutenant and Mrs. Israel Gaither were appointed to begin their joint officer ministry.

The personal challenges faced by the Gaithers at a time when racism was especially rife in the USA, are clearly documented in the late Colonel Henry Gariepy’s biography A Man with a Mission.  But face them they did, with grace, dignity and determination, resulting in an effective and fruitful spiritual ministry that has lasted throughout the years of their joint officer service.

On May 1, 2006, Commissioners Gaither took office respectively as National Commander and National President of Women’s Ministries, from which appointments they retired from.

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