High Council announces general-elect
It has been confirmed that the new general-elect for The Salvation Army is Commissioner Linda Bond. Bond will take office April 2.
High Council publishes candidate profiles
Following the announcement of the nine candidates for the next General of The Salvation Army, High Council published profiles of each candidate. Below is a summary of each profile. Visit High Council's website or stay tuned to New Frontier for
The Christmas miracle
I had just dispatched the drivers to pick up the kettles and stands. It was the final day of the kettle campaign and there was a light at the end of the tunnel—kettles were almost done! With the last driver
Reno community steps up
Community help allowed The Salvation Army to make the holiday season brighter for many people.
Salvation Army bands in ‘Ralph Story’s Los Angeles’
Ralph Story was a television broadcaster for the local CBS affiliate in Los Angeles. His local series, "Ralph Story's Los Angeles" is a well-remembered in television history.
Candidates for General announced
Nine candidates now stand for election for The Salvation Army’s 19th General.
2011 High Council elects president, vice-president, chaplain
The 17th High Council convened on Jan. 21 at Sunbury Court in London and elected Commissioner William Francis as President of the 2011 High Council of The Salvation Army. Commissioner Betty Matear was elected Vice-President.
Life Lines – “Volcanic ash”
by Ian Robinson, Major
But the most remarkable thing happened on the ferry crossing from Belfast to Troon. The sea was calm and when we looked up all we could see was a clear blue sky. There was no sign of
Sharper Focus – “Life interrupted”
by Erin Wikle
Uprooted and replanted in the not-so-fertile soil of limestone-laden Lebanon, we prayed that through our obedience, God would work a miracle in us and in this hardened place. What followed was unexpected.
Attacking poverty from the ground up
Under the leadership of Major Kevin Jackson, the Billings branch of The Salvation Army is rolling out programs to pull families out of poverty, immerse thousands of children in music and the arts, teach job skills to abused women and
Come join our army
STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA The Stockton (Calif.) Corps, led by Captains Eric and Jasiel Tumale, added 22 new soldiers on Nov. 28, 2010. Del Oro Divisional Youth Secretary Captain Shevaun Malone enrolled 15 junior soldiers and seven senior soldiers. The new soldiers were
Homeless dog finds home at shelter
Like many he meets at The Salvation Army’s Hospitality House emergency family shelter, Bear previously called the streets of San Bernardino, Calif., “home.”