by Robert Docter - I wonder what the discussions were like just before the Pilgrims decided to invite the Indians to a significant harvest dinner celebration with the onset of their second winter only a few weeks away? It is late autumn
Prayer Power by Mervyn Morelock, Lt. Colonel - “Praise the Lord! Praise the Lord from the heaven; praise him in the heights! Praise the Lord from the earth” (Psalm 148:1,7 NRSV). It’s Thanksgiving time in America. I’ve often wondered if many other countries
Nevada couple pilots mobile kitchen to Ramona, Calif. by Kathy Lovin - Dr. Skip Parker can hardly contain his excitement. He and his wife Susan, also a doctor, are on the maiden voyage of The Salvation Army mobile kitchen from Las Vegas,
Salvation Army brings together volunteer groups to share lunch and ideas When the fires started in San Diego County on October 21, volunteers from dozens of organizations mobilized, helping people in hundreds of ways. As the community moves from emergency response
Trained and encouraged by Lisa R. Smith, Captain - Early this month 120 divisional and territorial youth leaders from all over North America gathered for the National Divisional Youth Leaders Conference at Camp Hoblitzelle in Midlothian, Texas. The purpose for the gathering?
Team from Southwest Division takes second trip to Democratic Republic of Congo. by Pene Mathison - Fifteen volunteers from the Southwest Division recently completed a 21-day mission trip to Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)—the division’s Partner in Missions
Hundreds of volunteers work together in South Los Angeles by Robert Brennan - This October, volunteers from Time Warner Cable, Boys and Girls club of Venice, HBO, Warner Bros. Studios, and members of the South Los Angeles community took part in creating