Engaging perspective is the action of seeing things from a perceived vantage point.
During the summer of 2021 Museum Curator Jolie Diepenhorst crisscrossed the Central Territory visiting corps and meeting the officers, soldiers, and employees that make up some of the territory’s diverse congregations.
At each corps she met people who spoke about their experience as officers, soldiers, and employees of color, their dedication to God, and impact on the communities they serve. This online exhibit recognizes and acknowledges the success and struggles they have experienced.
Today you can engage in dual perspectives by examining your own and others’ beliefs, thoughts, and feelings through the stories of Salvationists from around the Central Territory.