By Kevin White - Salvationists, friends and family filled the Tustin Ranch Corps sanctuary to capacity Sept. 2, gathering to pay tribute and celebrate the life of Warren C. Johnson (OF) who was promoted to Glory Aug. 23. Born in Sault Ste.
Major Dianna Meyer, 104, was promoted to Glory June 29 in San Francisco. Born June 4, 1911, at home in Medford, Ore., Dianna Louise Hammond weighed about four pounds. The doctor informed her parents that she would only survive a few
[gss gallery ids="17488,17489,17490,17491"] The Salvation Army in New Zealand partners for “Kiwi Next Generation.” The Salvation Army in New Zealand partnered with children’s charity Variety to launch a new program targeting at-risk youth—those Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET). The two-year program,
By Bob Docter - People toss this concept around considerably. Often, they do so without sufficient definition as to its meaning. Meaning requires an additional word. What do you want to sustain? Without that context, the word simply explains that you
Major Dallas Pedersen, 72, was promoted to Glory from his home in Boise, Idaho, after a battle with cancer. Born July 17, 1942, to Malinda and Skjold Pedersen in McCleary, Wa., Pedersen moved with his family in 1949 to Boise, Idaho.
More than 200 pizzas served to homeless individuals. By Sydney Fong - Little Caesars Pizza showed a lot of love during a recent trip through Northern California. The pizza chain utilized its touring mobile kitchen truck called “The Love Kitchen” to serve
New initiative designed to better tap into peer-to-peer fundraising this Christmas. By Christin Davis - The Southwest Division is testing a peer-to-peer fundraising campaign this month to raise $10,000 to feed local families through an average $10 gift from 1,000 people. The
Rally led by Commissioner Silvia Cox inspires thousands of women across Southern Africa. By Major Carin Holmes - [gss gallery ids="17998,17999,18000,18001,18002,18003,18004"] More than 3,000 women across The Salvation Army Southern Africa Territory took part in a lively weekend rally led by Commissioner Silvia Cox,
Amid cheering from hundreds of community residents, city representatives, donors and supporters, The Salvation Army held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Salvation Army Freedom Center in Chicago’s West Humboldt Park neighborhood. Alderman Walter Burnett, Jr., 27th Ward joined Captains Merrill
Africa Zonal secretaries take first official visit to the Zimbabwe Territory. Commissioners Joash and Florence Malabi recently paid their first-ever official visit to the Zimbabwe Territory. The International Secretary and Zonal Secretary for Women’s Ministries for the Africa Zone, respectively, toured Howard