22 Sep 2020

Faith Through Covid

If you ask Jean Renel Murat about his COVID–19 experience, he will tell you it was both bad and good. First, the bad. Murat, who helped start the Haitian ministry

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21 Sep 2020

Motorcycles in Maine

The 3rd annual “Ride for the Red Shield” motorcycle event was scheduled for July this year in Houlton, Maine, but COVID-19 brought those plans to a skidding halt. Envoy Frank Nataluk

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18 Sep 2020

New cadets welcomed, 9/11 remembered

September 11, 2020—Reconciliation was the theme of this year’s Welcome to Cadets event held at the USA Eastern Territory’s College for Officer Training (CFOT) in Suffern, N.Y. In the midst

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18 Sep 2020

A sign of hope

The COVID–19 shutdown caused millions of people to lose their jobs, leaving them without money to buy food and other provisions and afraid to even leave their homes. However, in

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15 Sep 2020

New beginnings

In June, The Salvation Army opened a new corps building in Bellevue, Pa., just outside Pittsburgh, but that’s only half the story. The North Boroughs Worship & Service Center is

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14 Sep 2020

The HOPEline

Trained volunteers provide emotional and spiritual care during the COVID–19 pandemic. Silence can be deafening. Just ask an Emotional and Spiritual Care (ESC) specialist who is trying to connect with a

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11 Sep 2020

A day like any other

The morning of September 11, 2001 began as would any other day for Major Thomas Applin. As the divisional secretary for the Empire State Division, one of his responsibilities was

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10 Sep 2020

America changed that day

Just two weeks before Sept. 11, 2001, our family had been vacationing in downtown Manhattan. We never imagined what would eventually take place right where we stood. It seems like

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09 Sep 2020

Full Zoom Ahead?

COVID–19 forced many church leaders to change the way they held services and interacted with their congregations. Will this be the future in a post–pandemic world? After COVID–19 caused the

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08 Sep 2020

Shine the Light

Federal grant will help Army fight human trafficking. Gratitude looked like a bright smile on Sarah Medina’s face as she thought about the wonderful support that she and her colleagues

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06 Sep 2020

Ministry in Masks: Territorial leaders reflect on COVID–19

“The face mask will forever be a symbol of this time in history. Although it is typically used to hide one’s identity, our people have used it to reveal who

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