In recognition of the 15–year anniversary of the events of 9/11, four Eastern Territory officers share their memories of how the attacks profoundly influenced, and in some cases changed, the
unifying our youth through music The Salvation Army turned the meeting and conference rooms of the Hershey Lodge in Hershey, Pa., into a temporary music conservatory for Star Search 2016
The Spiritual Life Development team has some recommendations. The Common People’s Gospel by Gunpei Yamamuro Review by Major Young Kim Gunpei Yamamuro (1872–1940) was the first Japanese Salvation Army commissioner.
What the SLD team is reading now Lt. Colonel Pat LaBossiere is reading Invitation to a Journey: A Road Map for Spiritual Formation by M. Robert Mullholland A Holy Longing, by Roland
Josh Enck is CEO and creative arts director of Sight & Sound Theatres, the premier destination in America for faith–based theatergoers since 1976. He talks with SAConnects about his company’s
Feel warm sand between your toes and the sun on your face. Listen to ocean waves break against the shore and smell the sea air. See pier fries “dancing in
Major Raphael C. Jackson is the divisional commander designate for the Northern New England Division (effective June 1). He shares with SAConnects why he is excited about serving there, his
online spiritual formation course Do you want more from your spiritual life? Is your soul running on “empty” more than on “full”? Do you want to connect with God more
Recycle Your Garbage As we think about the detoxification of our soul—eliminating the impurities—we see much that needs to be thrown away. But don’t throw away the important lessons learned
In celebration of Father’s Day, three officers share their thoughts and experiences on fatherhood and how their relationship with our own Heavenly Father has been part of their roles as
The deepest and most profound lessons I’ve learned in Christian ministry and in my personal walk with God have been the result of my successes and failures as a father.
In 1967, young people came from all over the country to enjoy the urban and bohemian culture of Greenwich Village in New York City. They sought adventure, social connection, and