International Conference of Leaders

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Toronto, Canada, is the location for The Salvation Army’s International Conference of Leaders 2012. The conference, to be held from July 7 – 14 under the leadership of General Linda Bond, takes as its theme the International Vision: One Army, One Mission, One Message.

The General explains: ‘The purpose of this ICL is for the leaders of the international Army to meet together to prayerfully and strategically consider the International Vision Plan. The mission priorities of this plan will form the basis of the presentations, focus group discussions and recommendations.’

More information about the conference can be found on the ICL 2012 webpage, which will be updated every day of the event, with specially recorded video news reports from delegates.

 

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