Tea services draw homeless women. What is so extraordinary about drinking from a “real” china cup—served from a “real” porcelain teapot—and eating cookies served on “real” antique plates? Perhaps it’s because these items are not your everyday tableware; they’re expensive, fragile,
$139 million donated to nation's longest running annual fundraiser Despite the troubled economy, U.S. donors contributed a record-breaking $139 million The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign, which now includes an increasing Internet presence in addition to traditional kettles and bell ringers.
by Martin Hunt - Amidst the busyness of life, finding a place to rest in the presence of the Lord can be hard. The Western Bible Conference provides such a place—designed to allow us to sit in the majestic beauty of
Tualatin Valley Corps, Ore., teens minister at Winter Olympics Youth from the Tualatin Valley Corps, Ore., ministered at the Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver in conjunction with the More than Gold interdenominational sports ministry (see New Frontier Vol. 28. No. 2).
by Robert Docter - Under a brilliant southern California sun and in the shadows of the San Gabriels she loved, officer colleagues, friends and fellow soldiers of the Pasadena Tabernacle said farewell and vaya con dios to a thoroughly committed wife,
Salvation Army and community effort turns empty area into a courtyard. by Heather Melvoin - “Project Oasis”—a venture that turned an empty outdoor space at The Salvation Army in El Paso, Tex., into a peaceful courtyard—officially opened during a ceremony on Feb.
The Salvation Army's Clitheroe Center reports progress in helping chronic inebriates. by Lauren Maxwell - Four months after Title 47 began to be enforced, CBS 11's Lauren Maxwell in Anchorage visited the Salvation Army's Clitheroe Center to see if it's actually helping
Leaders meet to discuss strategies for ongoing assistance. Recommendations from a Salvation Army international strategy conference held in London confirm that The Salvation Army will be heavily and closely involved in rebuilding Haiti well past the conclusion of the current emergency
“God moves in mysterious ways”—and “miraculous” ways as well. “The Salvation Army’s service to the people of Haiti has been achieved by miraculous interventions by the hand of God,” Lt. Colonel Dan Starrett stated with a catch in his throat during
Salvation Army invited to Security Council’s passage of Gender Equality Architecture Reform Along with a number of non- governmental organizations and United Nations committees, the International Social Justice against women and children in conflict zones. The dehumanizing nature of sexual violence doesn’t
THE MAN OF MERCY by Shelley Bingham - The man of mercy still a child in human flesh yet undefiled. A tender virgin’s soft embrace of savior to the human race, embodied grace. The man of mercy, God’s own son, will reign in peaceful dominion. Once spared from Herod’s