26 Apr 2019

SAconnects Magazine wins four more awards

SACONNECTS Magazine has won four Evangelical Press Association (EPA) awards for the 2018 publishing year. EPA is a professional organization of Christian print and digital publications and the world’s largest

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17 Apr 2019

BREAKTHROUGH (movie): Exclusive interview

SACONNECTS magazine’s exclusive interview with the makers of BREAKTHROUGH, opening today (4/17/19) in theaters worldwide BREAKTHROUGH is based on the incredible true story of one mother’s unfaltering love in the

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13 Apr 2019

NYSB 132nd Annual Festival | Livestream

 Wycliffe Gordon is a jazz trombonist extraordinaire. A veteran member of the Wynton Marsalis Septet, original member of Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra & featured on Billy Taylor’s “Jazz at the

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03 Apr 2019

Isaiah Allen

Isaiah Allen, Corps Leadership Development Bureau director for the Salvation Army’s USA Eastern Territory, talks about adoption; Christianity in Nigeria, West Africa; and how the gospel message can be summed

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03 Apr 2019

The Ark of Safety

I was born into a Christian family that loved the Lord and attended church every Sunday. During one service, a minister spoke about the importance of always being with God

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02 Apr 2019

Hands On

Upon arriving at St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Matthew Rosamilia and the Salvation Army’s Hands On mission team noticed the roofs of many houses were missing. “We looked

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02 Apr 2019

Entering the ‘Man Cave’

“As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” —Proverbs 27:17 The case for biblical literacy “Biblical illiteracy is such a big problem because the Bible sustains us and is

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02 Apr 2019

Never too late for God

Ten years ago, Blanca Garcia De Ramirez opened a Bible for the first time. She was 78. “I raised my family to be sociable people,” says Blanca. “We always had

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02 Apr 2019

Carbohydrate Confusion

When you hear the word carbs, do you think of white bread and potatoes? Carbohydrates are often unfairly categorized as merely starchy foods short on nutritional value. But that’s not

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01 Apr 2019

DIGITAL EDITION: APRIL 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 the

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01 Apr 2019

The history of Sunday school

In the 1780’s, poor children in England were more likely to be found working 12–hour shifts on dangerous factory jobs than at comfortable desks in nicely–appointed classrooms. Well into the

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