Barbara Bush remembered In a ceremony in Houston, Texas on April 21, 2018, Barbara Pierce Bush, known as one of the Salvation Army’s fiercest advocates, was laid to rest at
“These are the things that are important to me; faith, family, friends.” — Barbara Bush For me, the 1990s was a decade of transitions. The Salvation Army’s National Headquarters, where
Jim Caviezel risked his acting career, his happiness, his health, and even his life to pursue a dramatic role that he believed was more than a job or even a
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Giana McGuire talks about being adopted by Salvation Army officers, taking mission trips to Latin America, and the frightful experience that made her ask the Lord to receive her spirit.
While stationed at Territorial Headquarters in the Eastern Europe Territory, I had the unique privilege of ministering in places I would have never imagined. From the cobblestoned streets of Red
It’s a staple community scene—the ringed circle of dutiful uniformed people, flag, brass, drum, children, man, and dog. It evokes nostalgia, respect, and bemusement. In the beginning, of course, it
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