Vol 23 No 01

Discipline over motivation

Establishing principles and strong habits as a safety net for when the motivation well runs dry can save us from stagnating. Even when we love our jobs, volu...

Deciphering the divide

Race remains an issue in America. Black and white Americans are still deeply divided when it comes to views of racism, racial inequality and prospects for ch...

Challenging evil

Reaching into The Salvation Army’s DNA I was born into a Salvation Army family. Both of my parents were “rescued” by The Salvation Army from poverty and expl...

Mobile ministry

The Salvation Army delivers 1,000 free, hot meals to farms in Central California each week. Along California’s Central Coast, spanning Point Mugu to Monterey...

Finding your story

In those things that appear to set us apart, you might uncover the beauty in our diversity and our shared humanity. Have you ever been afraid of failing at s...

Expanding minds

App collection lets kids create, test, play and learn Much like the way a good book can offer a new window to what is beyond our own domain, so too can inter...

Firming up fatherhood

The Salvation Army and the National Louis University partner to research methods for strengthening the paternal role in family and community. From the strong...

The arc of identity

We grow and develop almost in tandem with the characters we love. Every good film in some way wrestles with identity—a character struggling with the gap betw...

Our need for salvation

We’re on a journey toward spiritual wholeness.   What is salvation? It’s a change of status—from a state or condition before to an improved state or cond...

Creating change

Captain Lucy Chacha’s experience with female genital mutilation is fueling her dream to end the cultural practice in the Mara Region of Tanzania. Lucy Chach...