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01 Mar 2016

Healing in Honduras

For 17 years, the Raymond brothers—doctors Frank, Clifford, Jonathan, Norman, and Russell—led by Major Richard Shafstall, a retired Salvation Army officer, have engaged a team of nurses, medical specialists, and

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01 Mar 2016

Ministry Around the World

The Salvation Army operates in 127 countries and provides services in 175 different languages. For World Services Month, SAConnects interviewed Salvationists who are spreading the Word of God across the

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01 Mar 2016

Joy, Satisfaction, and Faith in India

Jeevan ‘Roy’ Pitta is a fourth–generation Salvationist and a soldier of The Salvation Army’s Central Corps in Chennai, India. Having seen my father [Lt. Colonel Samuel Rathan] preaching the Gospel

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01 Mar 2016

‘He Needs Me In Honduras’

Sara Flores is a soldier at the San Pedro Sula Corps in Honduras. Although I was born in Guatemala, at some point in our lives my siblings and I have

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01 Mar 2016

Tragedy in Nepal

In 2013, Jon Avery, divisional youth program specialist for the PENDEL Division, visited Nepal as part of a yearlong ministry trip to 11 countries. In April 2015, Nepal suffered its

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01 Mar 2016

Spreading God’s Message in Cuba

Marcos Lopez is a soldier of the San Juan Corps and a member of the Puerto Rican Youth Band that visited Cuba in 2015. Visiting Cuba as a member of

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01 Mar 2016

Contentment through Disaster: Surviving Cyclone Pam

On the evening of March 13, 2015, Cyclone Pam, a Category 5 event with winds reaching 165 mph, battered the Southwest Pacific island chain of Vanuatu. This country of 240,000

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01 Mar 2016

An Act of Faith

How a World Services donation helped to start a battle school He spent 11 years in Russia during a time when the country struggled economically, suffered from unrest due to

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01 Mar 2016

The Russia Command Today

On August 1, 2015, a significant change occurred to the structure of the Salvation Army in Eastern Europe with Russia becoming a command on its own under the leadership of

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01 Mar 2016

‘You’ve Come Home’

Captain Dwayne Barnes, assistant candidates secretary in the USA Eastern Territory, traveled to the Congo (Brazzaville) Territory to attend a week–long Holiness convention and a Brengle Institute. The following story

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01 Mar 2016

Shekinah Glory in Indonesia

On July 28, 2015, just a day after authorities had said volcanic activity was decreasing and allowed thousands of villagers who had been evacuated to return to its slopes, Mount

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01 Mar 2016

‘Before God and Men’

This month, we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Chicago will literally dye a river green. College students will—well, they will do what they do. People will wear green to work and

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05 Feb 2016

Cuarta semana. La celebración del reino de los cielos

“Les digo que muchos vendrán del oriente y del occidente, y participarán en el banquete… en el reino de los cielos”. Mateo 8:11 (NVI)

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01 Jan 2016

la belleza de Dios en Invierno

Debo reconocer que no soy una de esas personas a las que les gusta el frío extremo. En enero de 2014, el día en que Lorraine y yo regresábamos desde

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01 Jan 2016

El Servicio a un Mundo Atribulado

He aquí un anticipo de lo que podrás leer en tu SAConnects del mes de marzo, que rendirá tributo a los salvacionistas de nuestro territorio que participan activamente en los

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01 Jan 2016

espera en Dios

Si pudiese ofrecer un consejo en 3 palabras a los cristianos para el año 2016, sería este: Espera en Dios. Como oficiales y salvacionistas, llevamos vidas ajetreadas, caóticas y a

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01 Jan 2016

Una guerrera para su generación

En la actualidad, Shanique Taliaferro está rebosante de alegría en el Señor. Pero hace poco tiempo, tocó fondo y buscaba desesperadamente esa alegría de Dios. Forzada a mudarse a casa

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01 Jan 2016

el amor y el basquetbol

El Teniente Stephen Mayes mide 2 metros 13 centímetros y jugó básquetbol en la universidad. De manera que le resultó de lo más natural frecuentar el gimnasio del Cuerpo Central

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