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01 Jul 2016

Holy Together

For us personally, the Scripture that most significantly sealed and continues to seal our calling together as soldiers and as officers is found in Romans 12:1–2, “Therefore, I urge you,

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01 Jul 2016

Letters From You

  Just read the bulletin about the Award of Merit from the Evangelical Press Association. Well done—confirms what we already know—a high quality, interesting publication. Congratulations to you and the

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01 Jul 2016

Relevents: Josh Enck

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

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01 Jul 2016

Liberalism

In politics, education, and social sciences there is an ever–present tension between conservative and liberal viewpoints. Religion is no exception. Liberalism is a readiness to welcome new ideas and a

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01 Jul 2016

A Living Legacy

As they prepared to lead the USA Eastern Territory on July 1, Commissioners Bill and Lorraine Bamford opened a family Bible and read the words of Philippians 1:6. “That’s our

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01 Jul 2016

Joining the Cabinet

Colonels Kenneth O. and Paula Johnson, who recently served as leaders of the USA Southern Territory’s Florida Division, have come to the USA Eastern Territory. Kenneth now serves as chief

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01 Jul 2016

A New Path

When Major Tom Taylor, administrator for business at the Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) in Saugus, Massachusetts, asked graduates of the program if they were interested in becoming adherents, identifying with

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01 Jul 2016

A New Chapel, A New Life

Tim Humphrey smiled often, sang with joy from the choir, and shed a lot of tears the day the new chapel was dedicated at the Wilkes–Barre, Pa., Adult Rehabilitation Center

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01 Jul 2016

Bibles and Breakfast

Lessons with the ‘Flunky Junkies’ If you step out for breakfast or dinner in the greater Worcester, Mass. area, you may run into a Flunky Junky Bible Study and Fellowship

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01 Jul 2016

‘Through the Valleys’

“Through the valleys, through the storms, when the darkness ‘round me forms, I see Jesus walking with me, like a shepherd he will be.”  —Chorus of “Through the Valleys” by Thomas

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01 Jul 2016

Profile Night 37

The Music of Major Thomas Mack Profile Night, now in its 37th year and hosted by the Salvation Army’s Greater New York Division, presents the music of the Army’s many

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01 Jul 2016

Gianina (Gia) Wicaksono’s Testimony

“I’m so grateful that God has been working in me and in my family throughout my life. I spent my childhood in Jakarta, Indonesia. In Indonesia, a developing nation, parents

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01 Jun 2016

Entrevista: Bonnie Camarda

En 1967 y a la tierna edad de 15 años, Bonnie Camarda junto a su familia dejó atrás la convulsionada situación política en Cuba para comenzar una nueva vida en

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01 Jun 2016

La Promesa de Ana Capellana

Conocer personas cuando están en necesidad, en particular en medio de una tragedia, puede ser una de las experiencias más importantes que viva un oficial del Ejército de Salvación. En

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01 Jun 2016

La Locura de Ser Padre

El 15 de mayo de 1991 mi vida tomó un giro dramático. Ese día nació mi primogénito, Alexander. Aunque junto a mi esposa Lydia pensaba que estábamos listos para este

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01 Jun 2016

JJ y Yo

Antes de convertirnos en oficiales, mi esposa Sue y yo tuvimos a nuestro hijo James John, a quien apodamos JJ. Recuerdo cuando estábamos en el Campamento Ladore en Pensilvania. Estábamos

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01 Jun 2016

Evidencia de Su Amor

En el número de julio/agosto de SAConnects (revista), serás testigo de cómo los Centros de Rehabilitación para Adultos (conocidos como ARC) siguen ayudando a reconstruir vidas aquejadas por todo tipo

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01 May 2016

los modales en el ASCENSOR

Los ascensores pueden resultar algo incómodos. Hace poco, estaba en uno con ocho jóvenes. Yo era la única persona mayor, el único “desconocido” del grupo. Y entablamos una conversación muy

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