Is God moving The Salvation Army into a new mission field? That’s the big question Lt. Ben Cotterill often finds himself asking. He and his wife, Rebecka, have been confronted with the challenges—but also the triumphs—that come with serving an ever-evolving

Vaccination clinics, hand-washing stations and outreach events are part of a coordinated effort to contain the deadly disease. Since last spring, San Diego County, California, has played reluctant host to the nation’s second-largest outbreak of hepatitis A in decades. And through

The Salvation Army first anti-human trafficking program in Florida that allows short-term housing for trafficking victims who are rescued by law enforcement.   When the term “human trafficking” is mentioned, most people still envision drugged women smuggled into the country. Dotti