by Captain Amanda Reardon A few years ago, an Army missionary couple from Canada, was driven out of Pakistan at gunpoint. Their command of the local language and their successful soul winning caused the government to perceive them as a threat.
by Sue Schumann Warner - Managing Editor Daily routines are once again taking on familiar rhythms at our new territorial headquarters in Long Beach. Boxes are mostly un-packed, phone systems are becoming familiar, and our new metropolitan surroundings are starting to feel
It was a day of celebration for Booth High School's five graduates as friends, family and teachers filled the school's chapel to honor their accomplishment. The high school is a part of the Booth Memorial Center in Los Angeles, a
Pat Eberling, long-time Golden State Divisional Headquarters employee, was honored by the Greater San Francisco Bay Area Regional Steering Committee on Homelessness and Housing with its first-ever "Lifetime Achievement Award." The award was given for "
The first chapel service at Territorial Headquarters in Long Beach, Calif., was filled with thanksgiving and praise as 200 employees and officers gathered recently to celebrate the move. It was the first time the THQ "family" had assembled in
The International Salvationist Youth Congress of 1950 was the idea of General Albert Orsborn. As many as 1,200 delegates attended from all five continents, to proclaim that "Christ is the way for youth today." A unique feature of this gathering was
This year's International Congress was the eighth in Army history. From the beginning, Congresses have served to identify, unite, and inspire Salvationists around the world. DELEGATES to the 1886 Congress pose in uniforms that included pith helments. 1886 There can be