BY ROBERT DOCTER - Do you ever feel misunderstood--unable, somehow, to get your point across--can't find the right words--interrupted--unable to finish a message? Do strong feelings begin to make themselves evident within you--and others--are people yelling--pretty soon, are you yelling, too?
The recent electrical shortages in California have been difficult, to say the least. But they have served to remind me that we've got an eternal--and steady--source of spiritual light and power in Jesus Christ, who said: "I am the light
Restitution (Ed note: Major Russell Fritz, San Bernardino corps officer, shared this letter with New Frontier.) Please accept the enclosed $30 as my restitution and repentance for the following: when I was about 10 (1958) I lived somewhere in San Bernardino,
Mrs. Colonel Chang Ah Jee (also known as Lee Eun Yae) (R) responded to the call of the Lord on January 17, 2001. She is the mother of Commissioner Peter H. Chang (R), former Western territorial commander. Her husband, Colonel
The Taiwan Region held its first ever Christmas Kettle campaign, helped by the donation of 20 kettles by the Western Territory. "We had our share of skeptics who thought the people would not give and we would not be allowed
THE DAILY POST staff share the prestigious "Others" award presented to the newspaper by The Salvation Army in recognition of the outstanding success of its Christmas Appeal. In the foreground (l-r) are assistant editor Jill Nicholas, general manager Alan Sampson,