Salvation Army serves during crisis in Mexico. by Luis Uribe - On this ordinary Tuesday morning in Juarez, a Mexican city close to the U.S. border, The Salvation Army’s doors are open as usual. A second glance reveals that nothing is ordinary;
by A note of thanks It is impossible for me to thank everyone individually who kindly remembered me and my family in the promotion to Glory of Commissioner Lawrence Smith. The prayer support, messages and phone calls have brought comfort to us.
Elsewhere in the world by ITALY— Central Italy’s April 6 earthquake, 5.8 on the Richter scale, affected thousands of people. The Salvation Army’s operation in Italy is relatively small—designated a command, not a territory—but the leadership, with its force of 28 officers,
BookReview by Steven C. Hohn - The newest Salvation Army inspirational tool is a book entitled Something Good is Trying to Happen to You, by Major John Cheydleur, Eastern territorial social services secretary. Thomas Nelson, who produced The Salvation Army’s Personal Faith
Sweden to host World Youth Convention. From across the globe, 1,000 young Salvationists will attend a World Youth Convention in Stockholm, Sweden, July 15-18, 2010. Led by General Shaw Clifton with Commissioner Helen Clifton, the event will take place at Aula
The Salvation Army takes part in Put People First march in Central London. On March 28, Salvation Army members and volunteers joined an estimated 40,000 campaigners taking part in the Put People First march in Central London. Put People First is a
New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga Salvationists bring heaven to earth. Fifteen hundred Salvationists from the New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga Territory met in Wellington in late March for “New Zeal 09,” a weekend encounter themed “Bringing Heaven to Earth.” Guests included