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The Food 4 Life Market

Shoppers select groceries at the Food 4 Life Market in Busby. (Photo by Joel Spicer) Walk into Sydney’s Food 4 Life Market and something might confuse you: No...

Back in business

Jerry Ernst was sitting pretty, making a cool $140,000 a year in retail management. All the while, he was battling an addiction to methamphetamines. Eventuall...

A run toward recovery

Misty Paulson runs in the Sand Creek 5K. (Photo by Ron McKinney) Sarah Lewis lived an active lifestyle. An avid runner and soccer player, she couldn’t recall ...

Stella Fella

After consistently seeing more women at events on trafficking than men, Stephanie Lorenzo, Project Futures founder, was surprised to hear a man speak about the ...

Trafficked in America

“When I tried to get my things, I was stabbed almost to death,” Isabel said. “I was in the hospital for two months and I couldn’t walk for a year and half. Th...

The strength of ‘kizuna’

In Japanese, ‘kizuna’ means a “bond of friendship.” Born of adversity in Onagawa, Japan, kizuna has emerged between the residents, The Salvation Army Jap...

Toward a healthy Angola

After 27 years of war, Angola was broken in every sense of the word. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) records indicate that approximately 40 percent of the ...

Life and faith in Cuba

Just 93 miles from the shores of the “land of the free and the home of the brave,” the streets of Havana, Cuba, feel tropical but torn. The pastel infrastructur...

Meet Izi Holokahi

Walking with Jesus and becoming a soldier for The Salvation Army wasn’t close to Izi Holokahi’s thoughts when he was tight roping over a self-induced cauldron o...