Perchance you’ve been a Salvationist all your life, but the opportunity to enjoy the rich ministry, the incomparable music, and the comradeship found at Old Orchard Beach Camp Meetings (OOB)
When we come together as brothers and sisters here at Old Orchard Beach (OOB), it serves two important purposes. The first one is that we do it for the Lord.
In the Gospel of Luke 18:1–8, Jesus describes kingdom prayer as a widow constantly pressuring a corrupt judge, insisting on justice against her adversaries. The widow’s only asset is her
David Cain, a world–champion juggler, repeatedly spun four razor sharp battleaxes into the air. His audience watched spellbound as he, with his bare hands, caught the handles rather than the
Point of Grace vocalist Denise Jones shared some transparent moments with the audience during the trio’s concert at the Old Orchard Beach Camp Meetings. Jones said when she reached her
Outside Old Orchard Beach High School, runners laced their sneakers and stretched their limbs in preparation for the Freedom 5K Run/Walk on Monday, July 27. Salvationists, their loved ones, and
Lieutenant Stephen Mayes, Stapleton (Staten Island), N.Y., Corps officer, said he was “humbled” when he was asked to lead a Bible study on the beach at this year’s camp meetings.
For Tom and Marsha Walker of Tom Walker’s Gospel Train Big Band, ministering at the Old Orchard Beach Camp Meetings was like coming home. The Walkers, who live in St.
While adult Salvationists participated in worshipful prayer and singing at the Old Orchard Beach (OOB) Pavilion, just a few yards away in the Corps Chapel, children enjoyed their own exciting
“Necessity is the mother of invention” —English proverb This saying sure rings true for Jeff Crabtree. He’s the Salvation Army’s regional music director for the Western Pennsylvania Division (DHQ), who
At the Newark (Ironbound), N.J., Corps, 15–year–old Edward Hardy has gone from merely participating in Salvation Army programs to actually becoming a leader and a teacher at the corps. When a
In recent months, I’ve become more aware of myself. I’ve also become more sensitive to what is going on around me, and particularly, what’s happening within me. You see, my