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The Salvation Army’s International Social Justice Commission (ISJC) in New York City is pleased to unveil a landmark report on the worldwide movement’s response to modern slavery and human trafficking. “Roots of Freedom” outlines some of the progress around the

Information Technology employee helps The Salvation Army ‘do the most good.’ Randy Haan knows he might lose people when they ask what he does for a living. Usually, he simply says, “I manage IT.” If they already know he works for

The Commons is a new podcast from The Salvation Army's Caring Magazine for women who want to talk about relevant and relatable topics—from mental health to marriage, and even what the Bible says about equity.  The show is co-hosted by Cassandra

By Douglas S. Bursch– We are called to be peacemakers. However, if our actions are not thoughtful and intentional, we wound those entrusted to our care. We harm friends, family, neighbors, strangers and the people we come across in our online

As soon as The Salvation Army Stockton Corps found out it had been selected to lead a Street Level mobile homeless outreach program, the team got right to work. Before even receiving the van from Dignity Health for the program,

Have you ever heard of Arsinoe? Or Salome? or Susanna? or Joanna? or Mary of Clopas for that matter?  These are just a few of the female disciples of Jesus who were well-known for their ministry in his day, yet we

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The Commons is a new podcast from The Salvation Army's Caring Magazine for women who want to talk about relevant and relatable topics—from mental health to marriage, and even what the Bible says about equity.  The show is co-hosted by Cassandra

Have you ever heard of Arsinoe? Or Salome? or Susanna? or Joanna? or Mary of Clopas for that matter?  These are just a few of the female disciples of Jesus who were well-known for their ministry in his day, yet we

Men lead. Women follow. The Bible tells us so. Or does it?  Is there a divine order when it comes to men and women? What if so-called “biblical womanhood” isn’t biblical at all but arose from a series of clearly definable historical moments? What

 Take a quick inventory:  Do you often feel tired when you wake up in the morning? Have difficulty concentrating? Are your emotions easily affected by the actions of others? Have headaches, muscle aches, or generalized fatigue with no known medical

Eden Wild is a headstrong teenager with a calling. With the help of her parents, she has created a life-changing ministry that has direct ties to her own roots. Eden was adopted from Ethiopia at the age of two after

The New Republic observed in 2019 that “America seems to be in the midst of a full-blown panic attack.” And then came 2020

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