Atlanta, GA – Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) teams are actively responding to the deadly tornadoes which have ravaged much of the southeastern United States over the last two days. To date, at least 272 lives have been lost
Effective date of August 1, 2011 TERRITORIAL HEADQUARTERS Lt. Colonel Doug O’Brien Territorial Secretary for Personnel Personnel Services Lt. Colonel Diane O’Brien Community Care Ministries Secretary and Women’s Auxiliaries Secretary Women’s Ministries ALASKA DIVISION Major George Baker Divisional Commander Major Jeanne Baker Divisional Director of Women’s Ministries NORTHWEST DIVISION Major Douglas
Three seekers knelt at the mercy seat at the conclusion of the Good Friday morning meeting at Maidstone Corps as the Chief of the Staff, Commissioner Barry C. Swanson, challenged people to respond to the message of the Cross. “We are
Brigadier Martha Pauline Hansen was promoted to Glory on March 3. Hansen was born Jan. 9, 1916, in Spokane, Wash. She had a twin sister, Lena. The family attended the Ballard Corps in northwest Seattle. Hansen graduated from high school in 1934.
CANADA—The Canadian Staff Band (CSB) celebrated its 42nd anniversary in March with a concert also featuring the New York Staff Band (NYSB). The CSB—Bandmaster John Lam—debuted two new works: The Gathering by Marcus Venables and Rejoice! By Robert Redhead. The NYSB—Bandmaster Ronald
Western Salvationist youth maintain a dialogue on Facebook about social issues. By Ivan Wild, Major TAPIOCA—Territorial Action Planning Initiative On Creating Awareness—is an acronym created by Andrew Smith, a Western territorial delegate to Time to be Holy, The Salvation Army’s 2010 World
Southern California divisional youth councils’ delegates experience God’s epic love. By Aleen Bradley To embrace the epic love of God—that was the purpose of the 2011 Southern California divisional youth councils, held at Camp Mt. Crags in Calabasas, Calif. Upon arriving,
Salvationist youth minister to those in need in ‘paradise.’ By Rob Noland Revolution Hawaii is in its fifth year, waging war with love in some of the harshest battlefields in the 50th state. For the last eight months, the 2010-2011 team has
Andrew S. Miller Center for Communication Arts opens at Asbury University. By Alma Bahman Attention Salvation Army youth considering higher education in the communications field! Asbury University sees storytelling as a responsibility and the School of Communication Arts is serious business—show business, so
Adjusting to the island lifestyle brings challenges and rewards. By Lt. Kelly Pensabene Kona, Hawaii! Are you kidding me? Did I really just get sent on my first appointment as a Salvation Army officer to a tropical paradise to minister for Jesus?
New group will develop the arts ministry throughout the territory. The newly formed Western Territorial Arts Ensemble has announced new members—selected by audition: Antwon Mason, Stockton (Calif.) Corps; Jessica Stennett, Tucson (Ariz.) Amphi Corps; and Alexandra Van Cleef, San Diego Kroc Center. The