National Commander Israel Gaither delivers message at Welcome of Cadets. by ROBERT DOCTER - Commissioner Israel Gaither directs a point at the incoming session of cadets during his welcome speech. Amidst marching officers, fluttering flags, martial music and territorial and national leaders,
A beautiful mind by Robert Docter, Editor-In-Chief - O! How much more to beauty beauteous seem By that sweet ornament that truth doth give. SHAKESPEARE Sometimes, we eagerly go about the process of “kidding ourselves”—being untruthful about ourselves to ourselves. It’s far from “kidding” that
Body Builder by Terry Camsey, Major - An interesting morsel caught my eye recently in Salvationist (June 17, 2006). It was a quotation from the book, The Case Against Christ by Canon John Young, and reads as follows: “What’s the difference between Jurassic
Promoted to Glory BRIGADIER ANTONIO P. ALQUIZA Brigadier Antonio (Tony) Alquiza, 94, was promoted to Glory on August 17 from the Castle Hospital in Kailua, Hawaii. Antonio Alquiza was born April 10, 1912 in the Philippines and became a naturalized citizen in 1954.
Sports ministry becomes “official” at IHQ. Following consultation with senior International Headquarters leaders, the Chief of the Staff, Commissioner Robin Dunster, has approved the establishment of a Sports Ministry Desk within the Program Resources Department at IHQ. Sports ministry is not new
The Salvation Army in the Philippines assists evacuees from the Middle East. A Salvation Army program in the USA providing assistance to American citizens evacuated from Lebanon has led to a similar program being set up in the Philippines, with many
The Salvation Army holds second International Theology and Ethics Symposium; first was held in 2001 in Canada. Captain Ivan Wild spends time with some of the local children in Soweto, South Africa. This summer, 57 participants from 37 Salvation Army territories/commands