In October, Majors Barry and Arlene Dooley—retired Western officers active in the Northwest Division who previously served in Hong Kong—Major Susan Wun (College for Officer Training) and Majors Fred and Debora Wong (San Francisco’s South of Market Corps) visited China.
What happens when we truly worship? What happens when we express our genuine reverence and love for God because we are brought into an awareness of his glory? Are we compelled to give him our all, even if it is
The Salvation Army’s San Francisco (Calif.) advisory board recognized Frank Jordan—one of the city’s favorite former mayors—on Nov. 17, 2010.
On Sunday, Nov. 7, 2010, the Southwest Division dedicated the new Phoenix Central Corps in front of more than 150 soldiers, board members, and officers—celebrating the corps’ establishment in a new building and a new neighborhood, and the enrollment of
Sports programs at the Phoenix South Mountain Corps—soon to become a Kroc Center—have an excellent reputation—for decades they have been the primary draw for area youth. From this vantage point, young people are exposed to positive role models, supported in
Shanon Hawkesworth, from the Western Territory’s Del Oro Division, has served as a teacher in Kakamega, Kenya (Kenya West Territory), since Jan. 18, 2010. Shanon, who has a Master’s degree in education, previously taught 4th grade in Vallejo, Calif. and
Ten years of persistence and hard work resulted in a ministry miracle on Oct. 1, 2010, as the Bishop (Calif.) Ministry Center became the newest corps in the Golden State Division. On Oct. 3, over 70 people—friends, soldiers and former
The San Bernardino Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) hosted a successful grand opening for the newest Salvation Army Family Store located at 911 South E Street in San Bernardino, Calif.