Dec. 2, 1929 – June 13, 2020 Major George White was promoted to Glory June 13 from Anaheim (California) Medical Center. Due to COVID-19, his family could not be with him physically; however, a continuous Zoom call allowed his entire
According to the American Psychological Association, the following are common symptoms of trauma: Feelings become intense and sometimes are unpredictable. Irritability, mood swings, anxiety, and depression are coming manifestations of this. Flashbacks: repeated and vivid memories of the event that
By Rich Draeger - The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services has been working across eastern Iowa to provide feeding and hydration support in response to recent flooding. Heavy, sustained rainfall from storms the past few days have caused the Cedar River to
Seniors of the Northwest Division joined together at Camp Arnold for a star-spangled themed day. The entire camp was decorated with red, white and blue, moving the participants to feel very patriotic. Major Willdonna Rich served as guest speaker, delivering both
We’re heading into a busy season for many people, especially for those who work for The Salvation Army. With school back in session, holidays on the horizon it’s easy to put ourselves last, in face, we’re often taught to do
A handcrafted boat offers sustenance, sustainability and connection to a Venezuela community A fishing boat at the San Luis Corps in Maracaibo, Venezuela, allows us to fish and sell the catch to support local ministry. It is “Pesca Milagrosa” (Miraculous Fishing).