Commissioner Christine MacMillan, Salvation Army International Social Justice Commission director, was a featured speaker at the Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization, which took place Oct. 16-25, 2010, in Cape Town, South Africa. She also conducted a workshop on sex
This fall, The Salvation Army in Reno, Nev.—Corps Officers Majors Michael and Janene Zielinski—partnered with Feed the Children in an outreach to 800 families in need. Volunteers distributed 2,400 boxes of food, hygiene items and Avon products. Reno was among
The large donation came as a surprise. Retired Kamehameha Schools middle school Principal Diana Lord left $203,694 to the Salvation Army in Hawaii, specifically asking that her estate go to support programs that help elderly people.
Depression is a common problem in New South Wales due to drought and economic downturn—especially affecting people living in north and northwestern rural areas. Suicide Prevention Australia reports 2,100 completed and 65,000 attempted suicides annually.
by Carolyn Knaggs, Commissioner
Thanksgiving is evidently in the air! In my mail today, the magazines featured enticing recipes for the most delicious way to bake a turkey and prepare the fixings, along with a multitude of beautiful options for table