Photo by Kelsey Pearce Eight Commissioner's Sunbeam award recipients were recognized during the welcome and installation of the new divisional commander in conjunction with the Worship Arts camp concert in the Cascade Division. L-R: Major Bob Louangamath,
The future for “aged-out” foster youth—those now legally considered adults—is often uncertain. The Salvation Army’s Railton Place, located adjacent to the Kroc Center in San Francisco, offers resources to help these young people.
Love was the theme uniting 166 Western Territory delegates, aged 16-25, at this year’s Western Youth Institute (WYI), Aug. 7-13, 2010, at Camp Arnold in Eatonville, Wash. Leading the institute were Territorial Youth Leaders Majors Ivan and Jennifer Wild and
The Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena, Calif.—coined the “Carnegie Hall of the West” by Ella Fitzgerald—has hosted symphony orchestras, Bob Hope and Gene Kelly, but on Sept. 11, 2010, roughly 1,000 Salvationists gathered inside to welcome both the new session of
In sparkling white choir robes amid blowing smoke, the boys of the Tabernacle Children’s Chorus (Pasadena, Calif.) sang with Michael Bolton on ABC’s hit television program Dancing with the Stars. The boys sang back-up to Leonard Cohen’s classic folk song
After years of keeping its treasures secure but unavailable for public viewing, The Salvation Army’s Museum of the West—located on the campus of the College for Officer Training (CFOT) at Crestmont—is now open to the public. Under the direction of