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SEEDS of Hope partnered with UNLV for its year-long project researching best practices in residential programs. The Salvation Army SEEDS of Hope Program in Las Vegas partnered with the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), for its year-long Public Administration Capstone
The Salvation Army in Burkina Faso is working alongside the government to support families displaced following a terrorist attack on the northern village of Solhan. At least 160 people were killed in what President Roch Kabore described as a “barbaric”
Marty Brown received just the email he needed in early 2021. As the California South Divisional Camp Director, 2020 was a tough year. “It was the first summer since 1939 that we didn’t have campers at camp—and to have camp sit empty?
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A Scripture study from Caring, part four of four. Jesus still did good amid his trials. He had compassion and kindness and love—even to the point of death on the cross. Just as Jesus continued his mission to salvage the lost
We’re in the in-between phase of our transition out of the pandemic and this is one situation none of us have ever been through before. We’ll each be navigating in different ways depending on our specific situations—working from home or
A Scripture study from Caring, part three of four. Through the Scriptures we’ve seen how Jesus responds to “trash” days. We’ve gained perspective on how salvation is like being salvaged from the wreckage of this world and how God not only
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Jesus led by example when he advocated for the most marginalized, and we must too. That includes advocating for biblical equality, which can range from equal treatment between genders, races, socio-economic status and more. Bringing justice into our families, ministries and
Have you been to a Salvation Army summer camp? If so, I know you remember it well. Camp is a place where kids discover inner-strength, learn valuable life skills, make lifelong friends, appreciate the outdoors and are mentored with love and
Oh, social media. We love it, and loathe it. Is it a blessing or curse? Friend or foe? How can we use it for good? In this episode, our hosts—Cassandra Amezquita and Meagan Ruff—interview Lauren Birks about her own experience with
As things start to go back to “normal,” is normal even a possibility now? How do you feel about the zoo? What about your favorite TikTok trend? Yes, we’re covering it all and more in this episode—a freestyle conversation between your hosts featuring
Only those who’ve experienced grief can truly understand what it means to grieve. For Donna Shea to understand, it meant the loss of her daughter to cancer. Now as case manager at The Salvation Army emergency family shelter in San Antonio and
How do you grow a relationship after years of marriage? Megan and Francisco Villalpando are on the show to share more from their own experience after six years married. As the Western Territorial Young Adult Missions and Communications Director and California