by Sharon Robertson, Lt. Colonel - When we think of prophets of God, we tend to think of (and perhaps envy) their clear, often dramatic, call to service. How often have you heard Christians—sincere, devoted, Spirit-filled Christians—earnestly explain, “Yes, I see
IN PROCESS by Glen Doss, Major - When he was confined in the Puyallup jail in 1999, Brett Turnquist looked forward to his weekly classes with Major Maynard Sargent, Seattle White Center corps officer. “He came to see me every Wednesday,” Brett
The Associated Press is already reporting “hundreds of deaths” and the BBC estimates that nearly three million people have been marooned by severe flooding in Bangladesh, yet some people in the country fear worse is yet to come. Lt. Colonel
by Emily Miller and Allison Knowles - CAPT. DOUG RILEY, Peja Stojakovic and children gather in warehouse containing 7,000 winter coats that will be sent to Serbia and Montenegro. Through an admirable collaboration between News10 Coats for Kids, The Salvation Army-Sacramento,
PASO ROBLES NEW Service Extension unit will be constructed after 30 years of serving needs in the area. Groundbreaking ceremonies were held recently. A groundbreaking ceremony was held in Paso Robles, Calif., recently, for the new Service Extension unit that
Salvationist and world traveler Henry Linden, 73, recently returned from a trip to the North Pole, where he raised The Salvation Army’s flag—the first Salvationist to do so. According to Linden, who has visited 75 percent of all the countries in
MACY*S IN CITRUS HEIGHTS collected over 15,851 pounds of food for the Roseville Corps. The Salvation Army Roseville Corps partnered with their local Macy's department store recently for the 2004 “Bag Hunger” Campaign to collect much-needed food items and donations.
Letters to the Editor In Process Thanks for Major Glen Doss’ “In Process” article (June 19, 2004). His first paragraph hit me hard, as we have just left corps ministry after 26 years (not by choice), with our last few appointments having