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01 Jun 2015

six days in Honduras

In February, Salvation Army officers from the USA Eastern Territory accompanied doctors and nurses from the Raymond Foundation to San Pedro Sula, Honduras. The ‘Honduras Medical Brigade’, along with the

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01 Jun 2015

Doing ‘wonderful things’ for God

bringing hope & healing to Honduras On Sunday, February 1, 2015, Salvation Army personnel gathered in prayer and worship in the slums of San Pedro Sula, Honduras. They were Honduran

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01 Jun 2015

Relevents: Envoy Vangerl Pegues

Envoy (Pastor) Vangerl Pegues from the Troy, N.Y., (Temple) Corps shares with SAConnects her love for the outdoors, for the teachings of Salvation Army Founder William Booth, and for the

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01 Jun 2015

your ‘return on investment’

“The Salvation Army’s medical teams are stronger when combined.”  — Lt. Colonel Tito Paredes, commander Latin America North Territory Our cover story, “Six days in Honduras: a medical mission” reminds

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01 Jun 2015

The Founders’ vision

“Where there is no vision, the people perish …”  — Proverbs 29:18 (KJV) Salvation Army Founders General William and Catherine Booth took this scripture to heart so many years ago.

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01 May 2015

Digital Edition: May 2015

  View all our Publications: http://issuu.com/saconnects About our ‘Digital Edition’ Magazine. With over 21 million publications, Issuu is the fastest growing digital publishing platform in the world. Millions of avid readers

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01 May 2015

Be A Mentor

This is the women’s history issue of SAConnects. I know that this will be an inspiring edition. It makes me think of my own history. Inspiration does not happen in

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01 May 2015

WOMEN in MINISTRY: past, present, and future

“Some of my best men are women.”  —General William Booth, Founder From the Salvation Army’s inception, women have played a significant role in its formation and in its growth. As

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01 May 2015

RELEVENTS: Major Kim D’Amaro

Major Kim D’Amaro, territorial Christian education director, talks about her favorite books, her own continuing theological education, and the special interactions and relationships she’s formed during her morning soda ‘routine.’

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01 May 2015

IMPACT 150*: ‘Why are you here?’

“I love you,” said Commissioner Barry C. Swanson to 323 Candidates Seminar delegates. All morning, their exuberant voices had filled the College for Officer Training (CFOT) gymnasium. But at that

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01 May 2015

Sisterly Love

Continuing the ministry of Eliza Shirley In 1879, Eliza Shirley struggled with the decision to leave the East Midlands of England and come to Philadelphia, “The City of Brotherly Love.”

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01 May 2015

Remembering Three Extraordinary Women

When Broadway actress Carol Jaudes came to The Salvation Army in 1999, many people had great hopes of how she could reach people through the gospel arts. One of those

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