Employee and Salvationist Erick Rodriguez uses lettering for good Be kind. Be relentless. Be strong. If an artistic expression could choose its cause, Erick Rodriguez’s Instagram presence would be a call to a lifestyle of good, full of vim and vigor.
Imagine seeing a child in the dumpster behind school looking for food to take home to her family for the weekend. Or another child walking in one morning who stops at the curb and sits down. Not because he’s lazy, but
In St. Louis, a missional community builds young leaders. They gathered around 6 p.m. on a balmy Sunday evening, in a large backyard rimmed by rustling trees, the shaggy carpet of grass underfoot growing slightly dewy with Midwestern humidity. Altogether,
After a tumor left her quadriplegic, determination and a Kroc Center trainer helped this faithful single mother find strength. “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” (Phil. 4:13). Julie Alejado David focuses on this verse to get through each
A lot of the same reasons they value building for the future. You’ve probably heard about Bitcoin. It’s the currency of the future. The technology that will transform the world. The investment opportunity of a lifetime. It’s also highly volatile. A gamble.
Non-profit aims to open tech opportunities for San Francisco kids By Vivian Lopez - San Francisco is a hub of technological innovation, housing some of the wealthiest tech companies in the country. Yet, it is also home to one of the roughest neighborhoods
“The young man pities his elders, fearing the day he, too, will join their ranks. The elderly man pities the younger generation, well-knowing the trials and tribulations that lie ahead of them.” –Lynda I. Fisher The competitive advantage of learning from
The face of The Salvation Army in one community, telling anyone who will listen how the organization helps its neighbors. For more than a decade, The Salvation Army Sierra Vista Corps in southwest Cochise County, Arizona, was housed in a 1,500
Is God moving The Salvation Army into a new mission field? That’s the big question Lt. Ben Cotterill often finds himself asking. He and his wife, Rebecka, have been confronted with the challenges—but also the triumphs—that come with serving an ever-evolving