Salvationists asked to pray for peace and victims of sex trade trafficking. General Linda Bond called The Salvation Army to pray for peace and for victims of sex trade trafficking. A Sunday in September has been set aside for each prayer
The Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center of Augusta, Ga., opened in early August after seven years of planning and developing the 100,000-square-foot facility. Over 9,000 guests visited on opening day, Aug. 6, entertained by a Salvation Army band in
Brigadier Marie Pearl Anderson was promoted to Glory July 20 from Henderson, Nev. Anderson was born April 19, 1917, in Cheyenne, Wyo., where her parents were envoys at the Cheyenne Corps. When the family relocated to Pueblo, Colo., they became active
Salvation Army leaders serving in the Eastern Territory share recollections. At the time of the 9/11 attacks, Commissioners Joe and Doris Noland, Commissioners William and Marilyn Francis and Commissioners James and Carolyn Knaggs held top leadership positions in the Eastern Territory:
The Salvation Army’s devotional book has a fresh voice and a new look. Words of Life—The Salvation Army’s international daily devotional book—introduces a new writer with its January to April 2012 edition. The book, published every four months, will also make
The Salvation Army in Uganda supplies water and food during drought. The Salvation Army in Uganda responded to the drought crisis developing in the country, where people across the Horn of Africa are dying due to lack of food and water. In
Eastern European Territory celebrates 20 years of ministry Officer recalls time spent in the Ukraine.
By Wesley Sundin, Major Western Territory officers Majors Wesley and Ruth Sundin served four years, 1993-1997, in the former Soviet Union, opening The Salvation Army’s work there. Recently, they returned to Kiev, Ukraine, for the 20th Anniversary Congress of the Eastern
First music camp offers corps a new dimension. Corps Officer Major Brenda Hathorn broke new ground for the Nampa (Idaho) Corps this summer when she instituted its first ever music day camp. The camp took place at the corps July 11-15. Cascade
Young people in the Western Territory’s Service Corps challenged both to bless and be blessed. By Megan McQuade On June 13, the Western Territory deployed its Service Corps participants—31 young people—to various locations around the world for an eight-week, short-term mission trip.
James Knaggs, Commissioner What we need in The Salvation Army are Proclaimers of the Resurrection. This is a great session name that establishes a strong prophetic hope for the Western Territory. We all need to be proclaimers of the resurrection. With boldness,
Sharon Robertson, Lt. Colonel May I remind you of something you already knew? That is, after all, my specialty! We all have our gifts. Whether or not we realize it, God has distributed his good gifts freely and generously among his people.
By Robert Docter, Editor-In-Chief Often we find ourselves confronted by challenges we try to surmount only to be forced to recognize that what we tried wasn’t working. We all regularly face such challenges—a relationship gone sour, a test at school with