In a spirit of celebration, 47 men and women and eight children recently became the newest soldiers of the Pasco Temple, Washington corps. Major Ross Hailes, divisional secretary for program, and Major Agnes Hailes, assistant divisional secretary for program, officiated
Accepting responsibility by Robert Docter, Editor-In-Chief - I got rid of 2005 the other day. I’m speaking, of course, of the large calendar on the door of our refrigerator that administers the affairs of the entire family. All the notations of birthdays, duly
Soldier's View There are a catalog of reasons why we enjoy being soldiers in The Salvation Army. Since sound Biblical teaching tops our list for a church fellowship, the Army’s Christ-centered doctrine is mandatory. Christianity, for us, is more than another
Reflection Do you know Micah of Moresheth? He authored the little book in the Old Testament tucked between Jonah and Nahum. Micah seems to have it all together, as minor prophets go. Eugene Peterson’s Message translation shows him to be a
In Process by Glen Doss, Major - “I did it my-y-y-y way!” echoed Frank Sinatra’s smooth sounds across the airwaves in the sixties. The boastful words of the song illustrate a stark characteristic of human nature: a deeply entrenched tendency to retain
Promoted to Glory Brigadier Judy Watt On December 23, 2005, just 27 days after the promotion to Glory of her husband Brigadier James Watt, Brigadier Judy Watt was promoted to Glory from her home in Folsom, California. Judy Fleming was born in St.
Oxnard outreach program reunites retired officer with long-time friend. Brigadier Betty Whiteside (l) reminisces with childhood friend, Harriet (r). The Oxnard Women’s Ministries program recently began an outreach at a seniors’ apartment complex where corps member and retired officer Brigadier Betty