Tune into God—the Lord has a song for every situation. By Justin Docherty, Captain - God moves us with his music. His rules are rhythms. More melodic than mechanical, they are not merely stated, but sung. His silences are the spaces between the
By Lisa Bingham - Every Feb. 14, we celebrate Valentine’s Day, sometimes with cards or flowers, chocolates, romantic dinners, love songs or poems. Some esteem the day as highly significant, while others would just as soon skip it altogether. Children love
Now six months into her officership, Lt. Erin Wikle reveals some of the lessons she’s learned. By Erin Wikle, Lt. - A few months ago, I shared my thoughts on officership as a freshly minted Lieutenant. At the time, less than three
Lt. Sam Fowler recalls his summer assignment and how it influenced his ministry as a Salvation Army officer. By Sam Fowler, Lt. - “Where on earth is Homer, Alaska?” I had just received my summer assignment, a Salvation Army cadet’s longest off-campus field
Let your little light shine, shine, shine Let your little light shine oh my Lord Maybe someone’s down in the valley trying to get home, trying to get home. (trad. gospel) Have you ever noticed that newer cars seem to have brighter headlights?
By Erin Wikle, Cadet - Fifty or 60 of us gathered in a small theater-like room used for screening student film projects, each of us easing into purple armchairs set against a black backdrop. A fellow session mate and I faithfully
By Ronda Gilger, Major - For the last decade there has been an underground movement afoot called “Primitive Salvationism.” While both applauded and bashed from different sides of the same room, those who are “sold out” Primitive Salvationists would tell you that