The Salvation Army International Social Justice Commission (ISJC) actively participated in the proceedings of the United Nations (UN) 72nd General Assembly Sept. 12–25 in New York City. ISJC members attended meetings and assemblies in the UN building and at the Church

Two of the biggest natural disasters struck back-to-back—delivering a host of obstacles and shedding some light on why The Salvation Army does what it does. The longest major “hurricane drought” in U.S. history came to a sudden and devastating end late

The 7.1-magnitude earthquake of Sept. 19 caused the collapse of buildings and other infrastructure in and around Mexico City. The epicenter was on the border between the states of Puebla and Morelos, around 75 miles from the Mexican capital. Colonel

The Salvation Army's work in mainland China recently experienced a boost—the regional offices in the capital cities of Kunming (Yunnan Province) and Chengdu (Sichuan Province) received official government recognition and registration. With this comes legal approval to conduct such activities