NATIONAL HQ. (Alexandria VA)--F/T Book Project Manager in Publications Dept. Available: August 17, 1998. Salary: $30,000 max. A professional (exempt) position. Seeking Salvationist to manage manuscripts from editing to distribution, working with authors, printers and other vendors as needed. Excellent
Soldiers Promoted to Glory
MARIE MCKAY HANSEN--was recently promoted to Glory in Lynwood, Wash. She was born in 1897. Introduced to The Salvation Army in California in the 1930s, she later became a long time member of the Seattle Temple Corps. She was a Home
Happy in Work
by Major Lynn Rodal - In this day of employee complaints, customer complaints, and just plain complaints from people, it seems unusual to find an employee who loves his work. The Bakersfield ARC had such an employee. Allen Leon Rainwater truly
Something to Celebrate!
Yuillogistically Speaking by Major Chick Yuill - It will be no surprise to regular readers of this column to learn that I have been following the World Cup in France with the closest attention. Apart from my belief that soccer is
Focus – An Unfinished Plan
by Lt. Colonel Mervyn Morelock - "For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Then you will call upon
On the Corner
by Robert Docter - Are you autonomous? How do you know? Our parents have all had tremendous impact on us. Their voices rattle around inside our heads, echo through the canyons of our gut and reverberate in our hearts. Most of the
The Second Coming of the Territorial Visioning Process!
by Lt. Colonel Raymond Peacock - We did it before. We are about to do it again. The last time we did it we called it "MISSION2000." The architects of that vision set our territory on a course of growth
Frontlines — News Briefs of the West
by Captain Robert L. Rudd With certainty I can tell you that the West never slows down. Ours is a territory that is constantly on the move. This is true with regard to our people, our programs and the possibilities
Social Service – Southern California
Southern California by Lynn James - A record 120 attended the recent Southern California Division Social Services Conference, held at the Pasadena Tabernacle Corps. The conference featured a variety of speakers and explored vital social service issues. Steve Allen, divisional Social Services
Social Service Conferences Continue to Work with Needy
Del Oro The Del Oro Division, under the leadership of Divisional Commander Lt. Colonel Charles Strickland, recently hosted its first Social Services Conference. With the implementation of welfare reform, issues surrounding employment and child care have increasingly come into focus as critical
International Headquarters has announced the following appointments for USA Western officers now serving in the Russia/CIS Command, effective June 18, 1998: Captain Mark Fagerstrom: Property and Transport Officer, Command Headquarters. Captain Jennifer Fagerstrom: Public Relations and Development Officer, Command Headquarters.
Self Denial Giving–Long Beach Temple Style
Over the last several years, the Self Denial targets for many corps have been decreased or remained unchanged. Not so for the Long Beach Temple Corps. Not only has their target increased, from $32,000 in 1994 to $40,000 in 1998,