01 Sep 2016

Messengers of Light

Commissioning is a momentous occasion. It’s a time when men and women who’ve committed themselves to Christian ministry through The Salvation Army are ordained, commissioned, and appointed to serve as

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01 Sep 2016

Built on Prayer

Four Salvation Army building projects are rising in Cleveland, Ohio, thanks to the people who joined forces and found common ground on their knees in prayer. “We had some major

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01 Jul 2016

A Living Legacy

As they prepared to lead the USA Eastern Territory on July 1, Commissioners Bill and Lorraine Bamford opened a family Bible and read the words of Philippians 1:6. “That’s our

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01 Jul 2016

Joining the Cabinet

Colonels Kenneth O. and Paula Johnson, who recently served as leaders of the USA Southern Territory’s Florida Division, have come to the USA Eastern Territory. Kenneth now serves as chief

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01 Jul 2016

A New Path

When Major Tom Taylor, administrator for business at the Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) in Saugus, Massachusetts, asked graduates of the program if they were interested in becoming adherents, identifying with

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01 Jul 2016

A New Chapel, A New Life

Tim Humphrey smiled often, sang with joy from the choir, and shed a lot of tears the day the new chapel was dedicated at the Wilkes–Barre, Pa., Adult Rehabilitation Center

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01 Jul 2016

Bibles and Breakfast

Lessons with the ‘Flunky Junkies’ If you step out for breakfast or dinner in the greater Worcester, Mass. area, you may run into a Flunky Junky Bible Study and Fellowship

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01 Jun 2016

A Ministry Journey Together

Commissioners Swanson retire They walked hand in hand through soft sands along a Puerto Rican beach, comfortable companions for life. Dressed in casual slacks and short sleeves, the couple may

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01 Jun 2016

Fingerprints

Whenever my grandchildren come to visit, they leave fingerprints everywhere. I jokingly tell my husband, “I can’t clean the house. There are fingerprints on the front door, on the tables,

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01 Jun 2016

Java & Jesus

cafés open around the territory During the 60’s and 70’s, the Christian coffeehouse movement energized a generation and reached many seekers who never would have set foot in a traditional

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01 Jun 2016

A Boost for Binghamton

Binghamton, N.Y., is emblematic of a depressed upstate economy, where 47 percent of local schoolchildren live in poverty and 87 percent qualify for the free or reduced meal program. The

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01 May 2016

A pathway of hope

Two women tell their stories. Audree Weirick had always worked and supported her two children, but last year, a bad car accident left her with failing health and a limited

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