We need to be more intentional than ever in reaching out and serving people in need who do not agree with us theologically, even when doing this may not be an easy road. Jesus constantly ministered to people regardless of their background; two examples being the Samaritan woman and the lame man at the pool at Bethsaida. By “letting our light shine” just as he did, people who would traditionally never stop to hear the gospel message may do so.
As National Commander, Hudson leads a network of more than 3,500 officers, more than 65,000 employees and nearly 3 million volunteers serving in more than 7,500 centers of operation throughout the United States. He also acts as chairman of the national board of trustees and presides over triannual commissioners’ conferences which bring together the key executive leaders of The Salvation Army’s four territories in the United States.
Commissioner Hudson has been an officer (ordained minister) in The Salvation Army for 43 years. Prior to coming to National Headquarters in Nov. 2015, Commissioner David Hudson was the Chief Secretary for the Western Territory of The Salvation Army, U.S.A. The Hudson’s have a wide range of experience as Salvation Army officers, including several territorial and divisional appointments. Prior to those appointments, the Hudson’s were corps officers for 14 years, including appointments in Oregon, Idaho and Southern California.
Commissioner David Hudson has a Business Management degree and a Master of Science degree in Organizational Leadership.
Partnering with organizations throughout the country helps leverage our resources to meet human need. One example is the Army’s partnership with the Urban League, Lutheran Hope Center and the University of Missouri in opening the Ferguson Community Empowerment Center on the site of the QuikTrip that burned during protests a few years back. We’re working together with these partner organizations to bring healing to a community, as well as much needed services.
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