Gala raises money for Salvation Army homeless shelters Fashion-forward supporters came out in masses to The Moonrise Hotel in Saint Louis, Mo., for a cutting-edge fashion show to support St. Louis area Salvation Army shelters, raising $19,700. Dubbed “The Garbage Bag Gala,”
Twin Cities Salvation Army attract record participation The MOST Amazing Race held in Minneapolis, Minn., attracted its largest field of competitors and set two new high marks for fundraising this year as 70 competing teams, raised more than $64,000 for local
You know the feeling. You’re late. Traffic holds you captive. Your boss texts you, angrily. In your haste, coffee spills on your new pants. The scenarios from everyday life are seemingly endless, and we’ve all experienced it. Stress. It’s difficult to define the word
Canine companions serve as calming conduits for The Salvation Army Daily trials, tensions and tribulations confront each of us with stress. Its repercussions can affect not only our mental and emotional health, but our physiological health as well. Stress can increase
Following an online apology, a dedication to connecting with every responding individual ensued. During the summer, Carolyn and I visited with a retired officer over dinner. She is not from the Western Territory, but rather a faithful officer and friend we
“There is a picture set into the words” begins Georgann Chenault’s recently published work, Biblical Creation: An Illustrated Autobiography. Through over 25 years of research, Chenault demonstrates through computer diagrammatic constructs how the numbers, days and dates listed in Scripture
Juvenile offenders reshape their lives with The Salvation Army [huge_it_slider id="3"] For young people whose lives are riddled by gangs, drugs, poverty and difficult family situations, life is stressful. Crime and jail or juvenile facilities are common, and living in a society
All of us transit life with varying degrees of stress—some on the short run and some seeming almost permanent. It’s impossible to avoid. Innumerable stressors from a wide range of sources, internal or external, demand our attention in varying ways.
Undocumented and abused, a woman finds safety When I first met Sophia* she spoke openly about music, faith and even politics, but whenever I asked about her, I received brief, one-word answers. How are you? “Oh I am blessed,” she said.