THE BRIDGE BUILDER by Geir Engoy - Cross Cultural Ministries An old battle cry last summer took on a new twist. The preamble was that San Antonio's professional basketball team had just clinched their first NBA championship. Referring to them as the
by Dr. James Read - Salvation Army Ethics Center, Winnipeg, Manitoba Back in 1967, Lynn White, who was a professor of history at UCLA, wrote a now-classic article on ecological crisis. "Christianity bears a huge burden of guilt," he wrote, "because Christian beliefs
by Captain Robert L. Rudd - Elisa Vicente, social worker at the Guam Corps' Family Services Center, was recently nominated for Social Worker of the Year, an award given by the Guam Association of Social Workers. Although Vicente was not
Lt. Colonel Vivian Johnson (R) was recently promoted to Glory from the Waterford Skilled Nursing section in Spokane, Washington. Vivian was born in Helena, Mont. in 1915 to Salvationist parents, George and Maximillan Johnson. During her teenage years she
BY LORRAINE SIMON - The Salvation Army Amphi Corps has recently added a new after-school feeding program designed to provide nutrition to at-risk youth. This project is in conjunction with the Tucson, ARiz.,community food bank. "Sally's Café" opened recently,
BY FLORENCE ROBB - "Hope for the New Millennium" was the theme chosen by LTS. Darren and Mary Norton, corps officers, and the Salem, Ore., Advisory Board for their recent Annual Civic Appreciation dinner, attended by 250. Featured speaker
A teen radio ministry is just one of many new initiatives helping the Fairbanks, Alaska, corps achieve its vision, "to be used by God to minister to the spiritual, emotional, physical and social need of traditional and non-traditional families."
MAJORS PRESTON and Bonita Rider on their way home to Denver, Colo. after leading a youth in Sheridan, Wyo. BY CAPT. RANDALL KINNAMON - The telephone was ringing off the hook at The Salvation Army's administrative offices in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Three adherents and 12 junior soldiers joined the ranks at the Roswell, New Mex., corps recently. The junior soldiers wore their new uniforms proudly as they recited their promise and saluted Lt. Colonel Olin Hogan, Southwest divisional commander, as