Monday, 2 February 2009

International Appointments

EFFECTIVE 1 MAY 2009

LT. COLONELS KEITH AND BERYL BURRIDGE, officers of the United Kingdom Territory (with the Republic of Ireland) currently serving respectively as Chief Secretary and Territorial Secretary for Women’s Ministries in the Singapore, Malaysia & Myanmar Territory, are appointed territorial leaders in that territory. Lt. Colonel Keith Burridge is appointed as Territorial Commander, Singapore, Malaysia & Myanmar Territory, and Lt. Colonel Beryl Burridge as Territorial President of Women’s Ministries. They take up their new appointment responsibilities with the rank of colonel.

MAJORS LEE, KONG CHEW AND LEE, TEOH GIM LENG, officers of the Singapore, Malaysia & Myanmar Territory currently serving respectively as Director, William Booth College of Mission/Principal, SFOT and Home Officer/Cadet Counsellor in that territory, are appointed respectively as Chief Secretary and Territorial Secretary for Women’s Ministries, Singapore, Malaysia & Myanmar Territory. They take up their new appointment responsibilities with the rank of lieutenant-colonel.

MAJORS RONALD AND ROBYN CLINCH, officers of the Australia Southern Territory currently serving as divisional leaders of the Eastern Victoria Division of that territory, are appointed to the Philippines Territory. Major Ronald Clinch is appointed as Chief Secretary, the Philippines Territory, and Major Robyn Clinch as Territorial Secretary for Women’s Ministries. They will take up their new appointment responsibilities with the rank of lieutenant-colonel. They succeed Lt. Colonels Graham and Rhondda Durston who will be retiring from active service.

EFFECTIVE 1 JUNE 2009

MAJORS SAMUEL AND DONNI PHO, officers of the Australia Southern Territory currently serving respectively as Territorial Liaison Officer for Asian Ministries and Chaplain, Chinese Ministry, Inala Village in that territory, are appointed to the Hong Kong and Macau Command. Major Samuel Pho is appointed as Officer Commanding, Hong Kong & Macau Command, and Major Donni Pho as Command President of Women’s Ministries. They take up their new appointment responsibilities with the rank of lieutenant-colonel. They succeed Lt. Colonels Mervyn and Elaine Rowland who will be retiring from active service.

EFFECTIVE 1 JULY 2009

COMMISSIONERS DAVID AND GRACE BRINGANS, officers of the New Zealand, Fiji & Tonga Territory, currently serving as territorial leaders of the Singapore, Malaysia & Myanmar Territory, are appointed as territorial leaders of the Mexico Territory. Commissioner David Bringans is appointed as Territorial Commander, Mexico Territory, and Commissioner Grace Bringans as Territorial President of Women’s Ministries. They succeed Colonels Olin and Dianne Hogan who will be retiring from active service.

1Sa 12:14
14 If you fear God, worship and obey him, and don't rebel against what he tells you. If both you and your king follow God, no problem. God will be sure to save you.

1 comment:

Tim and Dabak Lynn said...

All these folk are fine spiritual leaders and dear friends. We join you in praying God's richest blessing upon them each as they prepare to take up their new leadership roles to bear fruit for God's Kingdom.

Psalms Now 23 - "My security is in His promise that He is with me always, and He will never let me go."