Yuillogistically Speaking by Major Chick Yuill - Many readers of New Frontier will be aware that Bob Docter, the editor of this publication, is also the Corps Sergeant Major at Pasadena Tabernacle. For the benefit of those who are not Salvationists, I
by Lt. Amanda Reardon - I don't have to tell you, Christian friend, how spectacular Easter is. What could be more wonderful than celebrating the resurrection of our Lord? It is the holiest, most meaningful day of the year. For Christians.
by Captain Robert L. Rudd - The Salvation Army's HOPE (Homeless Outreach to Place and Empower) Team was recognized for their successful efforts by the City of Phoenix Parks, Recreation and Library Depart-ment at a recent banquet. Accepting the award
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA--Older Alaskans Project Administrator: To be responsible for oversight and direction of the Older Alaskans Program (both Title III and Title V programs) including, but not limited to, program planning, coordination and development, budget preparation, recruitment, training and supervision
glory 'Soldier of Christ - Well Done!' PROMOTED TO GLORY Mrs. Major Mildred Blix (R) peacefully entered into Heaven recently following a stroke. Mildred Maurine Jackson was born in 1919 in Tenino, Wash. The family soon moved to Boise, Idaho, where she grew
by Jenni Ragland - A ribbon cutting ceremony recently opened The Salvation Army's Mt. View Service Center and Outpost in East Anchorage. The program, a satellite of the main family services program located downtown, will operate a food pantry and
by Cadet Beau Perez - A mystery of profound proportions was solved recently at the College for Officer Training. Under the leadership of Captains Clem and Mooi Leslie, the cadets and staff of the College hosted "Peril on the Pacific"--a
CSM Ernest Henderson leads in prayer during the recent San Francisco Lighthouse Corps groundbreaking ceremony. Guest speaker Lt. Col. Raymond Peacock was supported by Lt. Colonels Richard and Bettie Love, divisional leaders, and Majors Lawrence and Victoria Shiroma, corps officers.