by Lt. Colonel Mervyn Morelock (R) - “Whispers” Whisper a prayer in the morning, Whisper a prayer at noon. Whisper a prayer in the evening, To keep your heart in tune. God answers prayer in the morning, God answers prayer at noon. God answers prayer in the evening, For
by Major Doug O'Brien - It was called the “Training Garrison” early on in Salvation Army history. Up until that time, the Mission had been making field appointments—someone looked like a suitable prospect, so he or she was given responsibility on
PORTLAND, OR--Divisional Dir. of Men & Boys Programs & Creative Ministries/Camp Bureau Coordinator. Minimum Qualifications: 2 yr. degree w/ministerial emphasis; 5 yr. youth ministry experience w/demonstrable spiritual leadership; strong written & oral communications and people skills; TSA programming experience; organized;
Captain Mariam Rudd, assistant secretary, territorial Women's Ministries department, has been appointed to the fall session of the Army's International College for Officers in London. Each year, approximately 100 officers from around the Army world--all of whom have a minimum of
Chief Secretary Colonel Bill and Colonel Gwen Luttrell, territorial secretary, Women's Organizations, recently presided at a Big Sunday at Santa Ana Temple Corps, where 62 new members--25 Senior soldiers, 13 Junior soldiers, 6 adherents and 18 recruits--were presented in an
San Francisco by Judy Vaughn - Lt. Fred Kim of the San Francisco Korean Corps led eight members of his congregation to Uganda and Rwanda this summer. They went under the auspices of the World Mission Frontier in the Bay Area.
SAN DIEGO, CA.--Philanthropist Joan Kroc announced a donation of $80 million to The Salvation Army of San Diego to be used exclusively for the development, construction and long-term operation of The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Community Center. Located
Honokaa, Hawaii VBS a Hit Lt. Raymond Erickson-King, Honokaa, Hawaii, assistant corps officer with responsibility for Waimea, has exciting news about children's work at Honokaa. Recently, there were 61 in Sunday school; 83 in the Holiness meeting/VBS graduation, and 89 for the mini-luau.
October 31, 1996, was a traumatic day for Gina Jones. After her husband was incarcerated, she and her three young children moved in with her sister. When the house went into foreclosure, Gina became homeless. With no one else to