BEND, OR: Youth Director--Bend, OR, Corps. Full time/benefits. Progressive, fast-growing corps needs self-motivated, musically inclined team player to run youth program. Salary negotiable. Bend has many outdoor recreation opportunities. Call Captain "Bud" Fuqua for details, (541) 389-8888. GUAM--Director of Family
'Soldier of Christ - Well Done!' PROMOTED TO GLORY Mrs. Sr. Major Etta Little (R) was recently promoted to Glory from her daughter's home in Susanville, Calif. Etta May Hyatt was born in Washington State in 1905, the fourth of six children.
by Lt. John R. Van Cleef - What should the church preach on? I've had deep and impassioned discussions with a dear Christian brother recently regarding this question. "We should preach on sin," he says "We should preach about gambling
Cascade The air was nippy, and an encouraging breeze whipped through Casper, Wyo., as volunteers were out for the beginning of their one, three, or five-mile walk or run for the Laramie County Salvation Army's "Spring Run Off" fundraiser. A family
After months of preparation, the Red Bluff, Calif., corps recently enrolled 16 junior and one senior soldier. Del Oro Divisional Commander Lt. Colonel Charles Strickland officiated, with the assistance of Corps Officers Captains Cruz and Linda Rodriguez. The children performed
by Sarah Bentley - Envoy Earl Compton of Eureka, Calif., recently retired after giving 50 years of service to God and The Salvation Army as a local officer. He was honored for his faithfulness and service during a recent celebration
Recently, 286 officers, directors, employees, and men from 11 Southern California Adult Rehabilitation Centers gathered for a "faith walk" retreat at Camp Mt. Crags. Colonel Bill Luttrell, chief secretary, was special guest speaker for the Saturday evening and Sunday morning
by Marlene Gerber - Mention Quicksand Sandwich Shop in downtown San Diego to graduates of the Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) program or the rehabilitation staff and you are likely to elicit a "Wow, that's a great place for our people."
by Brian Pickering - In 1986, Mary Sanders retired from the nursing profession, but not from society. The Salvation Army is thankful for her tireless devotion to thousands of others in Corona, Calif. When the Army took over management of