Cadet brigades minister in the Sierra del Mar and Southern California divisions. By Erin L. Wikle, Cadet - The Messengers of Light and the Joyful Intercessors sessions recently spent an autumn weekend in ministry and service, taking what they learned in the
The Salvation Army’s international leader speaks about refugee crisis during territory’s “Boundless Power” weekend. By Nora Steiner - General André Cox and Commissioner Silvia Cox, World President of Women’s Ministries, returned to their home territory–Switzerland, Austria and Hungary–and received a warm welcome
Six months after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake damaged or destroyed more than 700,000 dwellings in Nepal, with the loss of more than 8,500 lives, The Salvation Army International Emergency Services team is transferring recovery operations in the country to a new
Indiana Corps program works to offset high costs of care for premature babies and offer support to their families. By Jared McKiernan - One in eight babies are born prematurely in the U.S. For parents, this can be a scary and emotional time.
Performance set for Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Day halftime show Country music superstar Luke Bryan will perform live at AT&T Stadium during halftime of the Dallas Cowboys game against the Carolina Panthers on Thanksgiving Day, kicking off The Salvation Army’s annual Red
The Los Angeles Clippers Foundation partnered with Feed the Community to provide food and personal care items to 1,200 families at The Salvation Army Siemon Family Youth and Community Center in South Los Angeles. “We look forward to it every year,
By Kevin White - Salvationists, friends and family filled the Tustin Ranch Corps sanctuary to capacity Sept. 2, gathering to pay tribute and celebrate the life of Warren C. Johnson (OF) who was promoted to Glory Aug. 23. Born in Sault Ste.
Major Dianna Meyer, 104, was promoted to Glory June 29 in San Francisco. Born June 4, 1911, at home in Medford, Ore., Dianna Louise Hammond weighed about four pounds. The doctor informed her parents that she would only survive a few
Over 400,000 people arrive in Germany between September and October. The Salvation Army continues to respond to the huge number of refugees currently seeking safety in Germany. Latest figures show that more than 400,000 people arrived in Germany between Sept. 5-Oct.
The Salvation Army Clark County Coordinator receives Non-Profit Administrator of the Year award By Becky Watson - Today, at the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) conference, The Salvation Army’s Major Kelly Pontsler, Clark County coordinator, received the Non-Profit Administrator of the
Neuroscientist Russell Foster explores the importance of sleep and how it’s being used more recently as an early predictor of mental health. “EARLY TO BED, EARLY TO RISE MAKES A MAN HEALTHY, WEALTHY AND WISE.” You might expect someone who's devoted much