01 Dec 2017

Six tips to help orange run smoothly!

As I entered my fourth–period class, something happened that left my stomach in knots. After two years of mastering the clarinet (the definition of “mastering” is admittedly loose), my band

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01 Dec 2017

Q&A: Major Sue Dunigan

“Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy.”

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01 Dec 2017

Christ’s *Incarnation

*Literally, putting into flesh; the practice of making a spiritual truth tangible, concrete, actual; the event of eternal, global significance whereby God was made known through the human life of

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01 Nov 2017

Beyond the *mercy seat

*A designated place of prayer in the front of a chapel, often a plain bench with a cushion for kneeling, also known as ‘the penitent form’ or ‘the altar.’ Great

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01 Nov 2017

The Lord’s Work

Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters. — Colossians 3:23 Surgeons will tell you that after every medical

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01 Nov 2017

The cursebreakers

Osvaldo & Iliana — life after addiction For years, substance abuse had scarred the lives of Iliana and Osvaldo “Ozzie” Rivera. Now, as soldiers in The Salvation Army, they talk

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01 Oct 2017

Acts of gratitude

Soldier Elizabeth Sooja Kim of South Korea was raised as a Presbyterian. Her husband, John Joung-Seek Kim, was raised Catholic. When they arrived in the United States, they attended a

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01 Oct 2017

Making the Climb

Seniors around The Salvation Army’s Eastern Territory are finding new ways to ‘zip’ into retirement.   Hurray for Hollywood! With the Poconos as a picturesque backdrop, seniors looking for some

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01 Oct 2017

‘God, give me more time!’

Inson Reasoner Chong’s life could easily be a segment on CBS TV’s “60 Minutes.” Born in South Korea into a Christian family, she married a U.S. soldier who was a

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02 Sep 2017

Finding a Way Out

Combating human trafficking The official Salvation Army statement on human trafficking: The Salvation Army is deeply committed to the modern–day fight against human trafficking (for sexual and labor purposes) and

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02 Sep 2017

A drink from The Well

It was Jenny’s idea. “No one who comes to The Well* should have to drink from a paper cup,” she said. “It’s so temporary. So disposable. So impersonal. No. Every

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