Top three teams square off during Commissioning weekend. By Ivan Wild, Major Nine divisions participated in the 2011 territorial Bible Bowl season with matches that were closer than ever—all leading up to the finale during Commissioning weekend. In May, divisional winners met at
Parents and mentors honored at annual banquet. By Karen Gleason Each year, the Fellowship of the Silver Star Banquet honors parents or mentors of the graduating cadets. At this year’s banquet on June 10, the cadets of the Ambassadors of Holiness Session
Book relates successes and failures of evangelism on “the hard side of life.” New Frontier reviewed Meeting Jesus in vol. 28, no. 18. Major Howard Webber’s Meeting Jesus: Inspiring Stories of Modern-Day Evangelism has been named Christianity magazine’s Book of the Year.
POLAND—Seekers at corps meetings included Gabi, from the after-school program, who began attending meetings with the youth center coordinator. Gabi responded during an altar call, and later asked about becoming a corps member. Other children have made commitments to Christ,
Tab Songsters perform concert prior to international tour By Joy Lee “Amazing Grace,” a Friday evening concert at Commissioning 2011 at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, proved a warm send-off for the Pasadena Tabernacle Songsters just ahead of the group’s
By Christin Davis Brengle: My Life’s Ambition, a Saturday evening musical production at Commissioning 2011, told the story of Commissioner Samuel Logan Brengle featuring a cast of members of the Ambassadors of Holiness Session in 12 musical numbers and 10 scenes.
By Ryan Miller, Lieutenant Alaska in the spring—the white twilight of winter fades into longer, sunny days—finally! I cannot believe so much has happened in my first year as an officer. I’ve experienced the beauty of the Alaskan wilderness, including the majestic
Trailblazer award recipient Paul Covington receives his plaque from Commissioner James Knaggs, Commissioner Carolyn Knaggs and New Frontier Editor-in-Chief Bob Docter during Commissioning festivities at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts. Other Trailblazer award recipients honored were Joseph Heston, Majors
Corps invites guests to dinner and a tour. By Stefanie Vrapi Dozens of advisory board members and friends of The Salvation Army attended the Yuba Sutter (Calif.) Corps’ 2nd Annual Progressive Dinner, held May 10. The event was not a typical Army fete.
2nd Chance Kids works with The Salvation Army to help kids with medical needs. Two teenagers are seeing things much more clearly these days, thanks to help from 2nd Chance Kids and The Salvation Army. Matthew, 13, and Amy, 16, are
First-ever territorial ARC women’s retreat held at Camp Redwood Glen By Beth Desplancke, Captain In late May, 179 women made history at Camp Redwood Glen in Scotts Valley, Calif., at the first-ever Western Territory Women’s Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) retreat, led
By Karen Gleason, Editor I wait for the Lord to help me, and I trust his word (Ps. 130:5 NCV). PETALUMA, CALIF.—Despite unseasonably cool temperatures, over 100 bicyclists from across California rode in the 100-mile century ride fundraiser in May to benefit