spring 2013

The University Project

While in Ecuador, Amy Morrison, Kevin Wilkinson, and Gianna Persico, missionaries from Downey First Christian Church, met Ismael, a young man who could not affo...

Rising above abuse

President and director of Christian Legal Aid tells a story of struggle and strength. Patricia Oliver knows what it's like to struggle. Her story is one that...

It’s all in the modeling

Most people have a difficult time explaining character. It does have several different meanings. Some immediately think of an actor playing a particular part...

A beautiful city

ReCreate Cafe revitalizes its community It’s not often that people who are homeless get a round of applause. So the ReCreate Cafe in Chattanooga, Tenn., s...

Army responds to China quake

Following an earthquake that struck Dingxi City in the Gansu Province of China the morning of July 23, The Salvation Army mobilized a disaster assessment te...

Reflections of a Former Atheist

The story of one second chance is captured in a new Frontier Press title, Reflections of a Former Atheist, by Major Glen Doss. In it, Glen tells a story of t...

Connection initiative

The Western Territory annually admits 7,500 men and women into its 22 Adult Rehabilitation Centers (ARCs), a cost-free and biblically-based program to overcome ...

The Thinking Salvationist

The Salvation Army today exists in 126 countries. Its 15,765 corps are made up of 1,132,823 soldiers. That’s over one million individual minds who have committe...

From prisoner to pastor

Locked up in solitary confinement, Charlie Woods never expected to one day become a Christian. He certainly never envisioned a life as a church pastor. After al...

Reading with meaning

Mission: Literacy teaches reading and Scripture Nearly 68 percent of eighth graders in the U.S. read below the proficient level and approximately one qua...