Captain Cheryl Warriner Captain Cheryl Warriner was unexpectedly promoted to Glory on October 5, 2004 from St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center in Lewiston, Idaho, following complications from emergency surgery. Cheryl Lynn Meltabarger was born in Concord, Calif. on August 25, 1959.
CAPTAINS RHONDA AND Chris Matthias at the distribution center in the Bahamas. The devastation caused by this year’s Atlantic hurricane season—which isn’t over yet—is no longer front-page news but people throughout the Caribbean still face a daily struggle to rebuild
by Karen Gleason - Where did our ancestors go wrong? … Where did we? In his recent book, The First Dysfunctional Family: A Modern Guide to the Book of Genesis, Major A. Kenneth Wilson looks to the Bible’s first families to answer
A CLASS OF 122 children gather in a makeshift classroom. Gordon Lewis, a Salvationist from the UK, is heading up The Salvation Army’s team in Uganda. Here he writes about the terrible situation he has witnessed and also about how
The following appointment changes were recently announced by Secretary for Personnel Major Ralph Hood, on behalf of Territorial Commander Commissioner Bill Luttrell. Territorial Headquarters: Lt. Colonel Carolyn Peacock—Additional Responsibility: Current Issues Secretary (effective June 30). Adult Rehabilitation Centers Command: Major John R.
One recent afternoon, a group of determined individuals made their way to a home in Santa Maria, California. To an outsider, it must have seemed strange to see a crew of ten people “stealthily’” carrying pots, pans, furniture and food
by Captain Lisa Van Cleef - MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS—More than a dozen sets of mother and daughters attended, and there was even one grandmother-mother-daughter set. Dealing with a tough time in her life, Pam Farrel realized how difficult it was to
KONA CORPS, HAWAII by Envoy George Bordoy - DELEGATES TO THE Hispanic Women’s Conference gather in Hawaii. The Kona Corps of the Big Island of Hawaii held its first Hispanic women’s retreat recently, at the beautiful Kilauea Military Camp in Volcano National
“God the Builder” was the theme as 340 delegates from around the Intermountain Division met in Estes Park, Colorado to enjoy a weekend of blessings and challenges at the division’s annual Bible Conference. Delegates were asked to realize that God is
Commissioners Bill and Gwen Luttrell - October—12: Missions Conference, Crestmont College; 15-17: Women’s Ministries Fall Leadership Institute (Comm. Gwen Luttrell); 18-19: National Women’s Commission (Comm. Gwen Luttrell); 18-21: Commissioners’ Conference (Comm. Bill Luttrell); 26: Salvation Army Lecture; 31: Specialling, Mesa,
Words of Life: Easter 2005 For many people, life is lived under a shadow of sorrow and suffering, with the questions ‘Why?’ and ‘What for?’ as constant companions. For Christians, life is also lived in the shadow, but this is not a
GENERAL EVA BURROWS (Ret.), center, enrolls senior soldiers at a recent meeting in Colorado Springs. During a recent visit to Colorado, General Eva Burrows (Ret.) led worship for the combined congregations of the Colorado Springs Corps, corps officers Majors David