An Irregular Column by Will Pratt - The lawyer approves That master of the incisive, perceptive word, former National Commander Commissioner Kenneth Hodder (R), shows no sign of losing his lawyer-like jurisprudence in retirement. He was one of the many on our
by Lieutenant Amanda Reardon - I know a man (let's call him "Sam") whom many would say is a "saint." Volunteering long hours at a local church, this well-educated, sophisticated man doesn't mind doing the most menial of tasks day after
by Captain Robert L. Rudd - Major Carol Seiler, Northwest divisional social services secretary, reports that The Salvation Army's Homeless Family Assistance Program was recently given the Mayor's Award and presented as the representative for Best Practices for the City
BULLHEAD CITY, ARIZONA--Corps Assistant/Youth Director Responsibilities: Establish and supervise youth and adult ministry programs. Assist with seasonal programs, including camp, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Recruit and train ministry teachers and leaders. Attend most public corps programs. Gather and record all corps
Roy Frost Answers Final Call Territorial Headquarters lost a dear friend with the recent and sudden promotion to Glory of receptionist Roy Wallace Frost. His quick wit, keen sense of humor, and utter devotion to his job made a significant
glory 'Soldier of Christ - Well Done!' PROMOTED TO GLORY Brigadier Clenton E. Irby (R) was promoted to Glory recently from the Hemet Commun-ity Hospital, Hemet, Calif. A third-generation Salvation-ist, Clenton Eddy Irby was born in Elida, N.M., in 1915. He entered the
Not only had Lieutenants Osei and Lynn Stewart never opened an outpost or corps, they were new officer as well. Eight months ago, their orders sent them to Pahrump, Nev., an area that has had no Salvation Army presence in
by Dr. Dennis Vander Weele - From their arrival, the 55 members and leaders of the Greater New York Youth Band, Timbrels and drama group brought a spirit of enthusiasm, a sense of mission, and considerable talent to their ministry.