For many years, The Salvation Army has developed young people through sports ministry. Some of them have reached iconic status as internationally known athletes. David Robinson, Julius (Dr. J) Erving,
Terrel Davis uses his knees for more than long jumping at the University of Hartford. He also uses them for prayer. “Every night before I have a meet, I pray
Price Hill neighborhood is one of Cincinnati’s worst—a mix of drugs, gangs, prostitution, and transients. Heroin overdoses are setting records. “It’s not a safe place when the sun goes down,”
“Thank you for saving my mom’s life.” — daughter of a client Jenny Clark had been living in Portland, Maine, for just one week. While attending an evening service at the
And she brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger; because there was no room for them in the inn. —Luke
by Robert Mitchell and Hugo Bravo photography provided by Red Shield Toolkit Adopted family gives thanks Last year in Carlisle, Pa., a family’s Christmas looked bleak. So the parents requested
You simply can’t stand there and preach at today’s kids. That doesn’t work for this generation,” says Captain Bryan DeMichael. “You need to build a connection with him or her.
remembering the forgotten The Salvation Army’s Middletown (Citadel), Ohio, Corps was renowned in its early years for sending soldiers to the College for Officer Training. Today, the corps is also
At my 50th birthday party, I gave each guest a booklet listing 50 ways to celebrate with me. I did not want any presents. Instead, I wanted us all to
A unique Salvation Army corps seems hidden in plain sight along busy 18th Avenue in the Bensonhurst section of Brooklyn. The attractive storefront entrance, complete with music wafting into the
In 2007, Majors Richard and Linda López, then corps officers at the Salvation Army’s San Juan Corps in Puerto Rico, saw a need for music education in the community. So,
People in record numbers hear the Gospel at Old Orchard Beach Camp Meetings 2016 Salvationists attending the 134th Old Orchard Beach (OOB) Camp Meetings literally marched into the history books.