01 Apr 2017

Orange Sunday School Coming Soon!

You may have already heard the buzz about “Orange” at your corps, but you’re going to hear a lot more as The Salvation Army unveils a new Sunday school curriculum

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02 Mar 2017

Max Lucado

“I like to write books for people who don’t like to read books,” says Max Lucado, a prolific writer and a dynamic minister from Texas. In his new “airplane” book,

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01 Feb 2017

Being Courageous

The Territorial Committee for Salvationists of African Descent has given voice to a special need within The Salvation Army—to ensure that all soldiers know Salvationists of African descent are an

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17 Jan 2017

Phil Cooke

Phil Cooke is a rarity: a Hollywood movie producer who holds a doctorate in theology. He’s the man Christian organizations, churches, and denominations call on to help them engage a

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15 Jan 2017

Mascots Take Over Boston!

When a festively decorated Salvation Army truck arrived in front of Macy’s in the Boston, Mass., Downtown Crossing, a crowd of shoppers and people eating lunch wondered who or what

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15 Jan 2017

The Coach Speaks

Coach Carnell Suttles has been coming to The Salvation Army’s Boston South End Corps Community Center since he was five. That was 53 years ago. He has worked for the

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14 Jan 2017

SA Honors Russell Wilson

Collaborating with Demetrius Marlowe in establishing a middle school leadership conference at North Carolina State University was just the beginning of a long list of humanitarian initiatives for star quarterback

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13 Jan 2017

Still feeling the Fuego

Fuego: “A Catalyst Experience for Young Adults” was held last October at the Split Rock Resort in Lake Harmony, Pa. Offered as three days of worship, teaching, empowerment, and fellowship,

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13 Jan 2017

Sports Shorts

The Salvation Army offers many sports programs. In addition to helping build healthy minds and bodies, these activities help draw people and communities to Jesus Christ. Here are a few

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01 Dec 2016

Messengers of the Gospel welcomed to CFOT

During the Welcome to Cadets events, September 8–9, audiences at the College for Officer Training (CFOT) in Suffern, N.Y., and at Centennial Memorial Temple (CMT) in Manhattan listened to representative

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01 Dec 2016

What a birdie can tell you

“Since being in the program, I look for birds all the time.” “At home, I look at birds outside my windows.” “Mockingbirds make a lot of different sounds and noises.”

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01 Dec 2016

Inspiration from Michelle Obama

Shirley Key Williams serves as the literacy consultant at the West Philadelphia Corps and as president of the Sharon Hill Free Library. She recently earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees

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