by Ted Horwood, Captain - The deployment of newly commissioned officers to communities around the territory is an event filled with hope and expectation. Since 1921, the Western Territory has commissioned 84 sessions of officers. Over the years, 2,737 new officers have
by Sue Schumann Warner - Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness. Lamentations 2:18 Yakima responds quickly The Yakima, Wash., Home League held their 50th Annual Nursing
Promoted to Glory Jonathan Bassett, youngest son of Commissioners W. Todd and Carol Bassett, U.S. national leaders, was promoted to Glory on May 30 in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, after a brief illness following a cerebral stroke. Jon was active in the
The Pasadena Tabernacle Youth Chorus launched its much-anticipated debut recording In the Sanctuary this weekend. This group of 45 members, ages 13–30, is relatively ‘young’ as far as music groups go. Started in 2001 by its leaders, Steve and Barbara Allen,
by Lisa Van Cleef, Captain - In the time it took to cross the Atlantic Ocean, Captain Denis Mafuta was transported from a world of strife, poverty and misery to the bustling streets of New York. His layover in America’s most
by Daniel De Castro - Hawai‘i’s baby boomers will be treated to a bit of nostalgia this Fourth of July weekend as they sway and dance to the music of the Beatles and the Beach Boys during a concert in Waikiki.
by Katherine Reed, Major - On May 25, 2005, nine officers from The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilita-tion Centers Command celebrated a time of commitment after completing the year-long Administrator Development Program (ADP). Officers with varying experiences—some on the field for 30 plus
by Barry Frost - Michael Reagan, eldest son of the late President Ronald Reagan, was the featured speaker at The Salvation Army Orange County, Calif., advisory board’s annual “Spirit Awards” Civic Dinner held at the Hyatt Regency Irvine Hotel. Reagan is a