29 Jan 2015

‘He’ll make a way’

mpowerment 2014, held October 23–26 at the Camp Ladore Lodge and PARC (Performing Arts & Recreation Center) in Waymart, Pa., is a bi-annual retreat of Salvationists of African Descent and

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28 Jan 2015

Seminar to explore God’s will for you

he annual Candidates Seminar will be held this year from February 6–8, hosted by the College for Officer Training (CFOT) in Suffern, N.Y. As the most important Salvation Army officer/employee/volunteer

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28 Jan 2015

Call to the Inner Life

We call Salvationists worldwide to enter the new millennium with a renewal of faithful, disciplined, and persistent prayer; to study God’s word consistently and to seek God’s will earnestly; to

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28 Jan 2015

Thinking out of the ‘Red Box’

GNY holds annual gala he Salvation Army Greater New York Division’s 67th Annual Gala on December 1 served as the launch pad for its second annual Red Box Campaign. Held

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28 Jan 2015

Scandinavian Congress 2015 will end an era

or as many as 160 years, a tenement on Manhattan’s Lower East Side had housed countless immigrants. Upon arriving on these shores, wave upon wave of Irish, Jewish, Greek, Italian,

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28 Jan 2015

Roxborough celebrates 125 years

eeing so many people from the past reminded me that there is a great cloud of witnesses who have gone on before us,” said Major Glenn Snyder, then corps officer,

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28 Jan 2015

Hitting all Strikepoints

hey bag groceries at local supermarkets, serve free coffee from their front porch, and distribute food boxes in the neighborhood they now call “home.” Meet the new “Strikepoint” urban mission

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26 Jan 2015

Standing kettles, running 5K, sewing quilts, and celebrating Christmas!

100 kettles! Augusta, Maine—Gov. Paul R. LePage helped The Salvation Army kick off the Christmas season and kettle campaign at the Statehouse. “For more than 120 years around the world,

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15 Jan 2015

The global language of love

n 2013, Jonathan Avery, divisional youth program specialist for the PENDEL Division, embarked on the trip of a lifetime to 11 countries in 11 months. His trip, organized by Adventures

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14 Jan 2015

Our New Year’s resolution

“We’re a united Army that also acknowledges and celebrates its cultural, ethnic, and linguistic diversity.”  —Commissioner Barry C. Swanson, territorial commander tarting next month, between the covers of one magazine,

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04 Dec 2014

Tell Somebody!

“If you can’t be original, at least be sincere.” don’t know who said those words, but oftentimes they ring true. Candidly, that is how I feel sometimes at Christmas. Another

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04 Dec 2014

‘God is fair and just!’

In 1998, doctors diagnosed Major Darlene DeGroate, a territorial auditor, with congestive heart failure and 12 years later, she received a pacemaker. The following is a brief account of what

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