by Bob Docter
The term relative cannot be understood in isolation. It’s always at least two of something.
by William Harfoot, Colonel
Have you ever participated in a surprise party? Did you hide in the dark or behind a piece of furniture and at just the right moment turn on the lights or jump out shouting, “surprise”? It’s fun—in
PAPUA NEW GUINEA—The Salvation Army’s Community Advancement and Reform Enhancement (C.A.R.E) program is rapidly spreading in the Highlands region of Papua New Guinea (PNG). Captain John Kerari and Major David Temine created the program in 2008 when they mobilized farmers to
by Mervyn Morelock, Lt. Colonel
…is why we pray. Archbishop Desmond Tutu wrote, “Hope is fundamental to the way we, as Christians, live our lives.” When my hope fades, or even shifts to someone other than Jesus, then I’m walking on
by Ian Robinson, Major Just before Thanksgiving, an angry donor sent us an e-mail because he was upset at seeing one of our red kettles outside his local supermarket. He said he would not donate a dime before Thanksgiving and suggested
Each year the Territorial Youth Department announces the Standard of Achievement winners for corps cadets and junior soldiers. The Standard of Achievement involves three levels of awards: blue—the highest—red and yellow.
I'll Fight Day—an International Salvation Army youth servant evangelism day that originated in the Central Territory—takes place across the world on the first Saturday in December. It’s a way to share the gospel through practical acts of kindness: giving out