03 Jun 2019

Evangelism on Stage

The other night, I had the wonderful pleasure of seeing an extraordinary stage play entitled, “Come From Away.” It was based on the remarkable true story of how residents of

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31 May 2019

DIGITAL EDITION: JUNE 2019

 To view all articles contained in this edition of SA Connects Magazine, click here. View all our Publications: http://issuu.com/saconnects About our ‘Digital Edition’ Magazine. With over 21 million publications, Issuu is

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20 May 2019

Star Lake Musicamp 2019: Information

Star Lake Musicamp 2019: Days of Hope August 10-18, 2019 Philippians 1:6 New International Version (NIV) being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry

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16 May 2019

Faith for the Whole Family

  Sight & Sound Theaters sight-sound.com Our purpose (of Sight & Sound Theaters) is to present the Gospel of Jesus Christ and sow the Word of God into the lives

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14 May 2019

Kensico Memorial Service 2019

  The Kensico Memorial date is May 19, 2019. Please join us to honor and remember those officers and soldiers who have gone on before us.   The program will begin

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08 May 2019

Movers and Shakers

Every neighborhood has its assets. Caring about families and neighbors is a tremendous asset. Do people share in community by helping each other in times of trouble? Do they embrace

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08 May 2019

Summer Camp

For Sarah Newell, a native of Northern Ireland, summer camp was something that she saw only in European countries such as France or Italy. But at 18, she wanted to

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08 May 2019

Lieutenant Mhairi Smeaton

Lieutenant Mhairi Smeaton, assistant corps officer at the Salvation Army’s Hazlet Outpost in New Jersey, talks about exploring other cultures, feeling victorious in community, and how God’s perfect love is

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08 May 2019

The Refugee Crisis

Today, the worldwide refugee crisis is the worst it has been in recorded history. Captain Swetha Vincent, an officer assigned to the Salvation Army’s International Social Justice Commission (ISJC) in

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08 May 2019

Family Trip Tips

In my family, we joke that my mom always managed to make our family vacations “educational,” despite the moans and groans of us kids. For example, my siblings and I

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08 May 2019

A Mother’s LOVE

His name is William Robert Hughes, but everyone at the Lexington, Ky., Corps knows him as “Boo.” Boo, 35, suffers from severe autism and sensory issues. He is often hyperactive

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