RHONDA BUSH receives boxes of Christmas food and gifts from Captains John and Pam Brackenbury in Anchorage, Alaska. BY JENNI RAGLAND - The Salvation Army Adopt-A-Family program will make a difference in the lives of more than 100 Anchorage area
BREMEN, Germany--Captain Daniel Freeman, Cologne corps officer, reports The Salvation Army's four-story corps and senior home in Bremen, Germany, was totally destroyed by an explosion that killed 11 and injured 21. Most who died were senior residents. "They believe construction
Captain Kenneth Baillie A Moscow city appeals court in Russia recently turned down The Salvation Army's plea for legal registration. The decision upheld the city of Moscow's refusal to recognize the Army as a religious organization. If not overturned, the action
IN GLITTERING TINSEL AS IN HUMAN SENTIMENT IS INDELIBLY WRITTEN THIS UNDYING FACT BY LLOYD DOCTER - The first Christmas was a family affair. This was a Christmas scene without trees, without tinsel or red and green lights, without stockings
General John Gowans BY GENERAL JOHN GOWANS - FOR two thousand years people have been trying to imagine what the Christmas stable looked like. The world's most skillful artists have done their best to present their own ideas about it.