Heavy rains and tornados return in a year already marked by an unusually high number of disaster events. By Philip Burn - As intense storms continued to deluge much of Texas over the Memorial weekend, The Salvation Army mobilized additional disaster teams to

Diversionary program helps low-level offenders work toward self-sufficiency   Stephen Killebrew trolled the streets of Santa Barbara, Calif., drunk and high on synthetic marijuana. He’d been homeless three years, and throttled by schizophrenia and bipolar disorder for even longer. On this

The five North American Salvation Army staff bands perform together for the first time. By Karen Gleason - [gss gallery ids="19269,19270,19275,19276,19277,19278,19279,19280,19282,19284,19272,19273,19274,19281,19283,19285,19286,19289,19287,19288"] The Salvation Army North American Brass Celebration brought together all five North American staff bands to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the