War College Mission
To train warriors to win the world for Jesus

 
Board of Reference

The Board of Reference features established leaders from around the world. These people offer input into the composition and operation of The War College. The Board consists of General Eva Burrows, Wesley and Stacey Campbell, Commissioner Shaw Clifton, Lieut-Colonel Don Copple, David Demian, Commissioner Wesley Harris, Commissioner Phil Needham, Major Chick Yuill

                 
       
      

War College Faculty

The War College faculty, seen below, will be aided by frequent guest teachers, including representatives from the Board of Reference, nationally-prominent church leaders and prayer coordinators, and other proven warriors.

Leaders:

Stephen Court and Danielle Strickland
Captains Strickland and Court invest in several initiatives to help win the world for Jesus, including MMCCXX, a plot to see new outposts in 2,000 cities in 200 countries in 20 years, BE A HERO Campaign to raise up 10,000 heroes for children-at-risk, armybarmy.com, Journal of Aggressive Christianity, and books and CDs, all while seeking authentic Christian community and trying to incite a Jesus Revolution.
 

Ian and Elaine Gillngham
The Gillinghams, established in intercession and the prophetic, bring spiritual depth and wisdom to The War College. Experience in congregational leadership, personal ministry, and reconciliation efforts enables them to offer excellent training from a perspective on the edge of what God is doing in these days. They will also share their burden for the more fragile in our world, and specifically, in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.

Adjunct Faculty:

Major Jamie Braund
Majors Jamie & Ann Braund (with their 3 children) are the Corps Officers at Cariboo Hill Temple (formerly Vancouver Temple) in British Columbia. They have served as Corps Officers in Ontario, and also in Bermuda. Cariboo Hill Temple is a growing, vibrant congregation reflecting a diversity of age groups and backgrounds. In the last 3 years, there has been a deliberate effort to be more mission-focused and evangelistic. A new street outreach ministry has taken members of the congregation back to the original location of the Corps now called Vancouver's downtown eastside - known as the poorest district in Canada.
 

Michael Collins
Michael is a throw-back, a greatheart, a passionate, zealous warrior. This larger-than-life soldier puts the fear of God into the enemy. He leads the war on several fronts out of the Cariboo Hill Temple. His spirit will stir up and overflow from the students into their worlds. When not teaching at The War College, Michael leads SWAT, DOGS, Street Combat, SFU campus ministry TALK'S CHEAP, Cariboo Hill Small Groups, and a myriad of kids sports teams.


Lt.Col. Don Copple
Lt-Colonel Don Copple leads The Salvation Army in British Columbia. Having led large congregations to growth and multiplication, Copple's heart and leadership are enabling growth in the scores of ministry units in his division.

Col. Earl Robinson
Colonel Robinson is the chair of The Salvation Army's International Doctrine Council that, since 1998, has co-authored Salvation Story, Salvation Story Study Guide and Servants Together. From 1997 to 2015 he served on The Salvation Army International Headquarters as Secretary for International External Relations and from 2000 to 2015 as Secretary for Spiritual Life Development. He has served in the Army in Canada as a corps officer (pastor), on the Toronto College for Officers' Training, in headquarters appointments, and for 12 years at the William & Catherine Booth College in Winnipeg as its founding president and professor of theology and ministries. He also currently serves on British Columbia Divisional Headquarters as the Pastoral Care Coordinator for active Salvation Army officers in the division. Earl has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Saskatchewan, a Master of Divinity from Pine Hill Divinity Hall in Halifax, a Master of Arts in Religious Studies from the University of Manitoba, a Doctor of Ministry from Fuller Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Divinity (honoris causa) from the William & Catherine Booth College.

Visiting Faculty:

 

General Eva Burrows
The retired international leader of The Salvation Army, General Eva Burrows keeps a worldwide ministry, and serves on the Board of the International Bible Society. She served 17 years as a missionary in Africa. As General (1986-1993), she preached in 62 countries and spread the message of the Army to presidents and royalty. Under her leadership The Salvation Army invaded East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Russia. She is the recipient of many honourary doctorates, and is appointed a Companion of the Order of Australia.
 

Major Doug Burr
Majors Doug and Debbie Burr lead The Salvation Army in Bangor, Maine. As an officer's child, Doug Burr has spent his entire life involved in The Salvation Army. Because of frequent transfers, he attended 13 different schools before graduating High School. With a gift-mix including horizontal apostle, teaching, deliverance, and faith, Doug has led corps in seven cities in the eastern United States. Doug has a BA in Music Performance on trombone, and a Master's degree in Leadership and Ministry. His God-given purpose is to equip and empower God's people for their ministries and give all the glory to God the Father.
 

Faytene Kryskow
Faytene Kryskow is an urban missionary in Vancouver's downtown eastside. She has also served as a missionary in Liberia with Hope For The Nations, where she saw much fruit in terms of conversions, established services, and new ministries. Faytene has served Vancouver in various capacities, including city programme director of NeighbourLink Vancouver (World Vision Canada), Vancouver House of Prayer leader, and Vancouver History Course trainer.
 

Commissioner Wesley Harris
The author of several popular books, Commissioner Wesley Harris is retired from leadership in The Salvation Army in such countries as Canada, New Zealand, and Scotland. He continues a preaching and teaching ministry worldwide, and locally at the public school. His titles include BATTLE LINES, LIFE IS A TIGHTROPE, SUCCESS IS IN GIVING, and YOU'VE GOT WHAT IT TAKES.
 

Captain Robert Marshall
Captain Robert Marshall is one of the Army's best preachers. A hungry student of both the Word of God and the means of compellingly communicating it to a hurting world, Robert and his wife Donna lead The Salvation Army in Portland at the Moore Street Corps. They were most recently responsible for the Army's work in Compton California, where for several years they trained, taught, and led a committed soldiery on that challenging front. A former D1 college basketball player, Robert has preached in several countries around the world and is listened to internationally on armybarmy.com.
 

Majors Janet and Richard Munn
The Munns are vibrant, effusive, apostolic leaders of The Salvation Army in northern New England. Emphatic lovers of Jesus who also think deeply about the things of God, the Munns are strategically positioned for God's purposes. Gifted teachers and leaders, the Munns are taking The Salvation Army into experiences necessary to fulfill our prophetic end-time callings. They are leading FULLNESS, a prayer and fasting campaign, in March of 2004.
 

Patricia King
Patricia King is a passionate, prophetic personality who is the host of Extreme Prophetic Television. She has had over 20 years of background as a Christian minister in conference speaking, prophetic service, church leadership, and television & radio appearances. Patricia is an author of books, booklets and manuals and has produced many informative resources through the medias of tapes, videos, CD's and DVD's.


Other visiting guest speakers:

Commissioner Christine MacMillan,
     - Territorial Commander, Canada and Bermuda
Colonels Eleanor and Glen Shepherd,
     - Chief Secretary, Canada and Bermuda
Lieutenant-Colonel Bram Meakings
     - formerly DC, Ontario Central Division
Majors Eddie & Kathy Hobgood,
     - Territorial Youth Secretaries, USA Southern Territory
Major Jack Strickland
     - College for Officer Training in St. John's, Newfoundland
Doctor Paul Thistle
     - Howard Hospital, Zimbabwe
Doctor Jim Verner
     - WEC Missionary in Cambodia
Majors Toni and Ron Cartmell
     - COs, Cascade Community Church, BC Division
Major Kelly Roberts,
     - Divisional Prayer Coordinator, Greater New York
Captain Charles Roberts,
     - Divisional Secretary, Greater New York
Captain Amy Reardon,
     - Divisional Candidates Secretary, Northwest,
         USA Western Territory
Captain John Evans,
     - Editor, The War Cry, Australia South Territory
Winky Pratney,
     - YWAM Youth Evangelist
 

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