Greetings in Jesus' name.
Mercy and peace to you from God our Father.
Welcome to JAC139 - the 139th issue of Journal of
Aggressive Christianity, reaching all the way back to the
And following hard on the heels of JAC138 - the Richard Munn
Issue - we present to you JAC139 - the Janet Munn Salute.
Colonel Janet Munn retires from active service during the
release time period of JAC139.
Munn is The Salvation Army's apostle of fullness
(holiness+), spreading this full Gospel widely.
She is a descendant of the Biblical persistent widow,
launching and leading lengthy extraordinary global non-stop
prayer and advancing the cause of justice.
She is champion of women (the world's most marginalised
She is mother to a generation of younger warriors.
So, we're collecting a selection of her writings from
past JACs to salute her and edify you.
But to kick things off, we look to her children, and, with
permission, share their retirement meeting eulogy:
The Six Great Moments Of The Day - Olivia Munn-Shirsath and
Fasting - The First Works of Jesus
A Short History of Fasting
To Love and Serve Him Supremely all my Days
Biblical, Theological, and Historical Foundations
Continued Obedient Faith as Holy Witness Through Participation
in Small Groups [aka Wesley’s “Class Meetings”]
Introduction to Discipleship
Discipleship – Part Two
Discipleship – Part Three
How Long Lord, How Long?
A Call To War
And to wrap up JAC139 content, a personal Retirement Salute by
Australian Captain Nicola Poore.
How about this excerpt?
"The concentration of Christ in you has a gravitational
pull that draws others into his presence. It is rare and it is
the whole article!
This will whet your appetite for more
Munn. You can
read her books, and listen to her teaching and preaching.
And if you ever exhaust that, we invite you to the 138
previous issues of JAC offering a free treasury of content for
the eager reader.
Should Jesus tarry, stay tuned for more.
Stay close to Jesus.