Rebuilding plan includes partnerships with Habitat for Humanity, Project Teamwork and Southern Baptist Disaster Relief. by Mark Jones - Recently, The Salvation Army announced the details of a $155 million long-term recovery plan for Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana and Mississippi. This second
Commissioner Swyers returns to Latin America North after 30 years to see work begin on Dr. Eno Girls’ Home, divisional headquarters, and officer quarters. by ROBERT DOCTER - “Somebody needs to do something about this,” the young Captain Philip Swyers said to
Alaska receives funds through annual Women’s Ministries project. by Rose-Marie Leslie - The Women’s Ministries Department, on behalf of the women of the USA Western Territory, recently sent $31,350 to the Alaska Division through its annual territorial project. The Alaska Division was selected
AMAZING LOVE The Pasadena Tabernacle Songsters tour the United Kingdom and win many converts—the author included. by Jeff Curnow - SPINNEY HILL THEATRE, Kettering, England—In a Moment; the songsters, with soloist Barbara Allen, emphasize the urgency of proclaiming the Easter story. Below—He Liveth.
Frequency 365.2 Territorial Youth department calls for devotional video clips. by KYLE SMITH, CAPTAIN - Throughout Salvation Army history the open air meeting has been the place where everyday people could share the Good News of Jesus Christ with the masses and testify
Captain Fred Kim (r) listens as a young man instructs a group of youngsters. Returning to the West African nation of Senegal for the fourth consecutive year, Captain Fred Kim of the Santa Clara Grace Korean Corps in California and
First African American to lead Army in the U.S. calls for a focus on “The Mission.” General Shaw Clifton installs Commissioners Israel and Eva Gaither. NEW YORK, N.Y. (May 12, 2006)—General Shaw Clifton, along with other Salvation Army leaders, welcomed Commissioners