‘Mobilizing Moments’ Exhibit Opens at International Headquarters

Jan 24, 2018 | by Meagan Hofer

‘Mobilizing Moments' Exhibit Opens at International Headquarters

Report by IHQ Communications, International Headquarters

OPENING a new exhibition of photos in Gallery 101 at The Salvation Army’s International Headquarters (IHQ), General André Cox prayed that visitors to the building would see what God was doing ‘through ordinary people’. The exhibition, called ‘Mobilizing Moments’, documents a year of activities that have taken place as part of The Whole World Mobilizing – a global initiative that was launched in January 2017 to challenge Salvationists and people linked with The Salvation Army to engage with their local communities. The initiative is continuing throughout 2018.

The General expressed the hope that people viewing the exhibition would be inspired not simply to enjoy viewing some interesting images, but that they would want to engage in outreach too. ‘God is calling us,’ he said, ‘to reach out to a world that is desperately in need of his love.’

The exhibition was put together by IHQ-based Mobilizing team members Ester Ellen Nelson and Laura Booth, working in conjunction with Berni Georges and Kevin Sims from IHQ Communications, who oversee the gallery space which adjoins the public cafe.

The photos are grouped into eight themes which cover the various aspects of the Mobilizing initiative, from street evangelism and marches to practical assistance and the celebration meeting, march and open-air meeting that took place in central London in October 2017. Each theme is introduced with a relevant Scripture verse. Many of the images were provided as part of the Mobilizing team’s photographic competition, with the top three given particular prominence.

Also part of the exhibition are videos shown on a large screen, examples of items – such as hats, scarves and an umbrella – that were created around the world to encourage people to participate in the Mobilizing initiative, and a prayer wall where anyone can add subjects of need and interest.

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