by Bob Gregg - Before we examine the theories of leadership I want to revisit the issue of decision-making. Last time, we said it’s a primary responsibility of leaders. Although there are times when the leader(s) will have to make the
Letters to the editor Where are the youth? In the New Frontier article “Leaders seek hard answers” (Jan. 25, 2003), Major Millie Bearchell pointed to declining youth statistics. This is where our leaders are supposed to come from. Our emphasis seems to be
WATER DONATED BY the Morongo Indian Nation has refreshed thousands of thirsty Marine reserves who stopped at March Air Reserve Base en route to the Middle East. Shown at Casino Morongo in Cabazon, Calif. are (l-r) Major Rick Peacock, Riverside
by Janice Buchanan, Lt. Colonel - The Pikes Peak Community Foundation of Colorado Springs, Colo., has awarded a grant of $2,500 to The Salvation Army, designated for hunger relief in Argentina. Elizabeth and Terence Lilly, fund advisors to the foundation, requested the
The annual Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach once again roared past Western THQ on April 13, 2003. The race features world class drivers piloting formula one race cars around a grand prix style course through the streets of Long
Commissioners Bill and Gwen Luttrell General John Larsson and Commissioner Freda Larsson will present retirement certificates to Commissioners Bill and Gwen Luttrell during the Canadian Pacific Northwest Congress and Commissioning in Vancouver, B.C on June 21, 2003. The Luttrells will officially
Divisional TEAM Discipleship Coordinators/Directors met at Crestmont College Conference Center recently to learn new seminar material and to discuss how to better use TEAM Discipleship material to achieve the great commission. Five new seminars were released for use in local corps.