BODY BUILDER I've been reading, occasionally and for purely recreational purposes, through a book called The Stupidest Things Ever Said By Politicians. One particular passage caught my eye the other day and--as often happens--one thought led to another
It's autumn once again; I find the rhythm of the seasons--their unchanging nature-- comforting as I try to make sense of a world that is suddenly unfamiliar. Isn't it wonderful that God--like his seasons-- is constant: "I the Lord do
BY MARLENE GERBER - It's a long way from Sakurano Seibo College in Fukishima, Japan to The Salvation Army ARC's recycling warehouse in downtown San Diego. And it's not just the distance in miles--for the 25 university women exchange
Crystal Hill of Missoula, MT, recently earned the Commissioner Sunbeam award. Present with Crystal at the award ceremony were her parents; Crystal's mother pinned her medal on her uniform. Crystal will now be working for the Star awards,
"Heme Aquí" tema para el Campamento Familiar A FAMILY ENJOYS the carnival activities during the So. California Division's Latino Family Camp. BY CAPT. OSCAR JURICAN AND PILI MARTINEZ - Once again, many families came together for a weekend of praise, worship,
Majors George and Jeri Bawden greeted family members, friends and associates at their recent retirement celebration in Port Angeles, WA. In attendance were Northwest Divisional Commander Major Ron Strickland and Alaska divisional leaders Lt. Colonels Terry and Linda Griffin.
Watson writes on Salvation Army BY ROBERT DOCTER - To be frank, I had considerable resistance to reviewing this book at all. I thought the title would be perceived as highly self-serving. Then I started reading it. I was
BOB BISHOP PORTRAYS Salvation Army historical figure Joe the Turk at the "How Berkeley Can You Bee Parade and Festival" in Berkeley, CA Captains Turnie and Evadne Wright and the Berkeley Corps decided to use the Berkeley, CA, "How Berkeley