Personal testimony is a vital part of a Salvation Army meeting. It has always been the conviction of The Salvation Army that those who have experienced the salvation of Christ are called to be witnesses for him. Right from the moment of conversion the convert should be prepared to witness by word of testimony. Such speaking in public has proved to be not only a means of encouraging God's people and of calling sinners, but of confirming the speakers in their new-found experience.It continues to be the intention of the Army to maintain such a ministry of personal testimony rather than to allow a one-man ministry to develop to the exclusion of the soldiers, old and young.
The testimony is not an opportunity to boast of any Salvationist's progress.
The testimony is not an opportunity to praise The Salvation Army.
The testimony is an opportunity to praise God for what he has done through people and for people.
Read here the testimonies.