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In Denver, CO, a group of folks diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease have taken up boxing - yes, boxing! And they’re having a blast. Parkinson’s is a degenerative motor condition most common in those over the age of 50. It often

All across the country, The Salvation Army is gearing up to open the gates to that well-loved place where kids can be kids—summer camp. Every year, thousands of kids of all ages get a fresh perspective on life as they meet

Love. Joy. Peace. Patience. Kindness. Goodness. Faithfulness. Gentleness. Self-control. Of course, you know this list—the fruit of the Spirit found in Galatians 5:22-23. Much has been written about this list and how we can better find and embrace these traits in our

Could you use a good word from the Good Word? In this episode, Reverend Eugene Cho is bringing us the Word from John 21:1-14. Eugene is the President and CEO of Bread for the World, a non-partisan, Christian advocacy organization based in

In mid-2021, Riverside County, CA, enlisted The Salvation Army to help provide temporary logistics and lodging for asylum-seeking families as they were moved through the County on the way to their sponsors. The Salvation Army answered the call, mobilizing a large-scale

  Anxiety. We all have it. And it’s not always a bad thing—it’s a natural response to facing the unknown that can protect us. But it can also go too far. The American Psychological Association said in late 2020 we’re facing a national mental health