While any officer will tell you it’s the greatest joy to serve the Lord through The Salvation Army, there is no denying there are challenges involved—the role is demanding. And that’s not unique to Salvationists. A 2020 Barna research study found
A Scripture study from Caring, part three of four. Through the Scriptures we’ve seen how Jesus responds to “trash” days. We’ve gained perspective on how salvation is like being salvaged from the wreckage of this world and how God not only
Men lead. Women follow. The Bible tells us so. Or does it? Is there a divine order when it comes to men and women? What if so-called “biblical womanhood” isn’t biblical at all but arose from a series of clearly definable historical moments? What
The Western Territory celebrated Easter, for the second time, with a virtual worship service attended by Salvationists and friends from across the West, led by territorial leaders Commissioners Douglas and Colleen Riley. The online celebration featured soldiers from throughout the territory
There are two critical facts about the cross. First, its central importance (to Christ, to his apostles and to his worldwide church ever since), and second, its deliberate character (for, though due to human wickedness, it was also due to
Waiting on God brings unexpected rewards. It was a special night, Jan. 11, 1974, the night the Kohoutek comet passed the earth, visible for all to see. For me, at age 9, it meant something else. It was the night that
Is there a difference between surrender and defeat? Surrender, as in surrendering to the Lord, is not found in Scripture. It is a military term. There are ideas and examples of surrender, but the word itself originated with the military. There
This Easter, join with The Salvation Army for music and drama from across the Western Territory, plus a message from Territorial Commander Commissioner Douglas Riley.