The Bible says, ‘Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.’ (1 Timothy 4:12)
Any eligible young Salvationist aged 12 to 21 who wants to be a Corps Cadet should attend a discipleship training programme, which is mainly consisted of bible teaching, social life, practice in faith and serving others. The programme aims to guide Corps Cadets to go deeper in Jesus Christ, to broaden their vision in serving others, and to deepen their understanding in The Salvation Army Doctrines, so that they are dedicated to fulfill the Salvation Army slogan of ‘Heart to God and Hand to Man’.
Become a Corps Cadet
- are aged 12 to 21
- are enrolled as a Junior Soldier/Soldier for at least 2 months
- are willing to become a disciple of Jesus Christ, to know God more deeply, to learn about the Salvation Army mission, and to be devoted to serving others
- submit an application to your Corps Officers, and the Corps will arrange for Corps Cadet Preparation Course
- complete the Corps Cadets Preparation Course; after being approved by the Divisional Headquarters, you are now a Corps Cadet