New Zealand quake response focuses on food and psychosocial support
The Salvation Army's earthquake response team is working out of a temporary location at Sydenham Corps (church) because its buildings in Christchurch sustained significant damage.
‘Dig Deep’ – Equipping Women for Leadership
Led by Colonel Susan Harfoot, territorial secretary for women’s ministries, and her conference committee, the Dig Deep Women’s Ministries Leadership Conference was a goldmine of riches where leaders were able to: D—Develop leadership skills and find fresh vision for women’s ministries; E—Equip
Catherine Booth: honoring God, helping others
From 1865 on, Catherine Booth—co-founder of The Salvation Army with her husband, William—and her “Hallelujah Lasses” galvanized the streets of East London with the good news of Jesus Christ. She and her army of women succeeded in making The Salvation
“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” (John 13:34-35, NIV) Kisses from Cupid For
Getting lives back on track at the Depot
The graduates’ stories were different—yet all had the common elements of addiction, alcoholism, and most importantly a desire to finally change their lives. This desire led them to The Salvation Army’s Depot Family Crisis Center, a ministry of the Yuba/Sutter
Searching for a missing brother
Donna first contacted the Western Territory’s Missing Persons department in July 2009, hoping that we could help her locate her brother, Walter, whom she hadn’t seen for over six years.
Finding the ‘missing peace’
The Salvation Army received its first missing person inquiry—from a mother looking for her son—in February 1882 in London, England. Since then The Salvation Army Missing Persons Services has expanded its ministry to many of the over 120 countries in
‘We are on the Lord’s side!’
Six hundred strong—officers, soldiers and friends of The Salvation Army Southern California Division congregated at the Los Angeles Central Corps on Jan. 30 for a Soldiers’ Rally, overcoming the distractions of a Los Angeles Lakers game with the united focus:
‘I was arrested and it was The Salvation Army’s fault!’
Man credits The Salvation Army for the defining moments of his life. By Jen Arens Salvationists marched alongside hundreds of clergy and citizens of San Francisco on Jan. 17, to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s historic march from Selma to Montgomery,
Henderson enrolls the Harmons
Come Join Our Army The Salvation Army Henderson (Nev.) Center for Worship and Service enrolled new soldiers Mark and Bonnie Harmon on Jan. 23. Majors Robert and Rhonda Lloyd, Clark County coordinator and director of special services, respectively, presided. Bonnie Harmon played
My first year as an officer
"Stormy Weather" might be the O'Briens' theme song for their Flagstaff appointment. By Michael O'Brien, Lt. Wildfires, floods and tornados—little did I know what I was headed for in June 2010, when I, with my wife, Jillian (then six months pregnant) and
Commissioning 2011 – Spirit aflame!
Spirit Aflame! is the theme for this year’s Commissioning weekend—June 11-12, at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts.