By Lani Chamness, Lt. Colonel - We find in John 20:11-18 a record of the morning of Jesus’ resurrection. What he does at his first appearance after rising from the grave is truly wondrous. Consider: He didn’t rush off to see his
Japanese Salvationists continue to worship in internment camps during World War II. By Clinton Trimmer, Captain - With the outbreak of war in December 1941, mistrust and fear swept through the United States. Americans of Japanese descent felt the hysteria particularly keenly
‘If you build it, they will come.’ By Marcia Smith, Lt. Colonel - Recently, it was the 30th anniversary of the release of the movie “Field of Dreams.” My husband, Steve, loves baseball movies, and I, wanting to be a good wife
By Joan Doughty, Lt. Colonel - Digging through a lot of “stuff” is no small task. I have been sorting through books, commentaries, wrapping paper, clothing, decorations and various assorted odds and ends as I begin preparing for retirement in March 2020.
By Brian Peddle, General - The following is a revamped version of an article that appeared in the January-March edition of The Officer magazine and, having been published in that context, I am sure you will understand that the audience determined
A review of “The History of The Salvation Army Volume Nine,” covering 1995–2015. By Kenneth G. Hodder, Commissioner - In their 11-volume series published over a period of more than 40 years, The Story of Civilization, Will and Ariel Durant wrote that