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
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
Staying Focused If you’ve ever watched a home makeover TV show, you’ve seen some clutter. And you’ve seen how eliminating it becomes essential. Oftentimes, a professional organizer helps to keep
The San Juan, P.R. Corps concluded its Friday night celebration of General André Cox’s first visit to Puerto Rico by blessing 30 new soldiers from various corps on the island.
In our next (issue of) SAConnects, you’ll get a glimpse of what Romans 12:1 (“… offer your bodies as a living sacrifice …”) looks like when people take it to heart.
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I must admit, I‘m not one who loves the extreme cold. In January 2014 on the day Lorraine and I returned from the South America West Territory to the USA
Chuck Goodin, Young Adult, Camp, and Sports Ministries Director, talks with SAConnects (magazine) about the importance of strong friendships, becoming a Christian at 18, and how the arts can bring
Please express my deepest gratitude to Robert Mitchell and staff for such a wonderful Veterans Day issue (SAConnects, Nov. 2015). A highlight of the issue was the article on Clifford
If I could deliver 3 words of advice to Christians for 2016, it would be this: Wait on God. As officers and Salvationists, we live busy, chaotic, sometimes even dysfunctional
Today, Shanique Taliaferro exudes the joy of the Lord. But in recent times, she had hit rock bottom and was desperately seeking God’s joy. Forced to move in with her