New Frontier has a new regular feature—the “Multicultural” page. Here, we will be covering the various non-English ministries of the Western Territory. Did you know that “Kot epwe afeiochuk” (pronounced coat ep-way a-fay-oh-choke) means “God bless you” in Chuukese, the native
Summer program is building self-esteem. By Tommy Qiu The Salvation Army Oakland Chinatown Corps, led by Major Grace Tse, is preparing for its annual summer day camp. Each year, more than 250 students participate in the camp, which is now led by
Rita Corps’ new library and computer room attract youth. By Jill Steiner, Captain With little to no job opportunities—even with an education—it is difficult for youth in the Marshall Islands to get excited about the future. The Salvation Army decided to
A focus on worship and wellness By Melissa Axman When Lts. Aeran and Kihyun Oh were appointed to the Phoenix Korean Corps in 2008, they were told that they were going to the “Nothing Corps of Arizona.” Nearly three years later,
By Ian Robinson, Major Coming back from NAOC, there we were, a group of Western Territory officers sitting at Orlando Airport waiting patiently to fly the friendly skies back to Los Angeles, when a figure in uniform approached us. Not surprising, right?
By Pamela Strickland, Lt. Colonel Earlier this year, my husband, Ron, and I went on the Greece and Turkey Bible Study Tour. We had a wonderful experience along with 35 other adventurous individuals—14 days to visit sites and cities in the
By Mervyn Morelock, Lt. Colonel I heard that phrase again: “Lord, build a hedge of protection around my friend.” I’ve noticed that we often use similar phrases in our prayers. I notice it in myself. Each week at our Adult Rehabilitation Center,
Corps enroll junior soldiers, adherents and senior soldiers. Chico Corps On Easter Sunday, Chico (Calif.) Corps Officers Captains Darren and Courtney Stratton enrolled three junior soldiers, 12 adherents and two senior soldiers. Senior soldiers Jodene Setera and Timothy Simeroth are the first