The challenge of finding a new "you" by Robert Docter, Editor-In-Chief - A vital part of thoroughly knowing one’s self requires the conceptualization of one’s own culture. The product of the effort becomes a cultural identity. Without the effort to achieve this,
by A new biography of Colonel Bramwell Coles is now available. Eighty years after its publication as a march in 1926, In the Firing Line is receiving renewed attention, this time as the title of Colonel Bramwell Coles’ biography. The newly released biography,
Lord, you have assigned me my portion and my cup; you have made my lot secure. The boundary lines have fallen for me in pleasant places; surely I have a delightful inheritance. (Psalm 16: 5-6) by Sue Schumann Warner Army receives disaster
Promoted to Glory LILA GRACE MISNER Lila Grace Misner, a long-time soldier, of the Vancouver, Wash. Corps, was promoted to Glory on August 17, 2006. Born in 1924, Lila began attending The Salvation Army as a young teen in Centralia, Wash., where she
Denmark—General Shaw Clifton and Commissioner Helen Clifton participated in the recent Denmark Territorial Congress in Copenhagen. Echoing the congress theme, Clifton encouraged Danish Salvationists to “seize the day”: “…be the one who seizes the day for Christ, and be someone
The Salvation Army celebrates 15th anniversary of its return to Russia. General Shaw Clifton waves the Eastern Europe Territory's flag at the 15th anniversary congress. Recently, in St. Petersburg, The Salvation Army celebrated the 15th anniversary of its return to Russia.
Marshall Islands team delivers much needed supplies to outlying islands. by MARTIN COOPER, CAPTAIN - Captain Martin Cooper (right) spends time with island residents. Let me update you on the mission of the Army here in the Republic of the Marshall Islands.
by Carole Miller - The Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Program (ARP) for men in Reno has been honored with a prestigious award from the Association of Paroling Authorities International. (APAI). APAI presented a recognition plaque to Director of Rehabilitation Services Steve Charter