As the controversy regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) legislation continues, two “Dreamers” from the Salvation Army’s Queens (Temple) N.Y., Corps, share their stories. They talk about coming
General Brian Peddle assumed his new role on August 3, 2018. He shares thoughts on his relationship with God, family, The Salvation Army, and the people Salvationists are called to
Danielle Beckvermit is only 25, but the soprano singing sensation has already performed at Carnegie Hall and the Metropolitan Opera House in the last year alone. She is quick to
Former slugger finally finds peace Former baseball great Darryl Strawberry used to play before 50,000 fans on a typical Sunday. Today, Sunday is reserved for the God who saved him.
“Tee–bow! Tee–bow! Tee–bow!” Tim Tebow, the former NFL quarterback–turned–minor league baseball player, is the designated hitter for the Class AA Binghamton, N.Y., Rumble Ponies, but the crowd treats him more
When Irene Knighten came to The Salvation Army’s Toledo, Ohio Corps 19 years ago, she was a mother with young children, but still holding on to her youthful habits of
The first stop in Ron Waiksnoris’ unofficial farewell tour was at the Old Orchard Beach (OOB) Camp Meetings conducting his last concert as bandmaster of the New York Staff Band