By Robert DeBerry For Juneau Corps Officer Major Gina Halverson, the 2018 Alaska Congress in Hoonah was more than a time to worship and share her love of Christ—it was a homecoming. Halverson grew up in Hoonah and in The Salvation Army.
Territorial Creative Arts Ensemble members lead workshops in Anchorage. By Vernon Luong - Members of The Salvation Army Western Territorial Creative Arts Ensemble (TCAE) flew to Anchorage, Alaska, in late April to lead workshops for local Salvationists and visitors. Headed by Territorial
Divisional Commander Major Mike Dickinson presides at dedication ceremony for the new mobile kitchen. Salvation Army Alaska Divisional Commander Major Mike Dickinson presided over the dedication of a new emergency mobile kitchen–or canteen–built specifically for use in Alaska’s extreme winter weather
Training aims at engaging community members interested in volunteering with The Salvation Army. The Salvation Army and Alaska K-LOVE, a Christian radio station in Anchorage, teamed up to offer free Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) trainings for emergency first responders and
In Angoon, Alaska, there’s only one place to stay Most afternoons, Angoon, Alaska, Corps Officers Majors John and Cathy Quinn can be found in their home office, inside the bed-and-breakfast (B&B) that supports the Army’s ministry there. “It’s an odd, but fortunate,
Salvation Army works to help vulnerable Alaska Native population. Now we “speak for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute” (Proverbs 31:8). When Evangeline Booth heard of the vices and troubles of the northern mining