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01 Jun 2016

The Army’s First Café Ministry

In 1967, young people came from all over the country to enjoy the urban and bohemian culture of Greenwich Village in New York City. They sought adventure, social connection, and

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01 Jun 2016

JJ & Me

Before we were officers, my wife Sue and I were parents to James John, whose nickname is JJ. I remember us being at Camp Ladore in Pennsylvania. We were getting

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01 Jun 2016

Your Movie Watch List

In today’s visual media culture, movies based on Christian themes are growing in popularity. And in selected ones, The Salvation Army is showing up in significant scenes. Some of these

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01 Jun 2016

Evidence of His Love

In the July/August issue of SAConnects (magazine), you’ll witness how the Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Centers (ARC) continue to help rebuild troubled lives. You’ll also see new evidence that the

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02 May 2016

DIGITAL EDITION: MAY 2016

  To view all articles contained in this edition of SA Connects Magazine, click here. View all our Publications: http://issuu.com/saconnects About our ‘Digital Edition’ Magazine. With over 21 million publications, Issuu is

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01 May 2016

Elevator etiquette

Elevators can be uncomfortable places. Recently, I was riding in an elevator with about eight young people. I was the only old person, the only “unknown” in the group. An

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01 May 2016

Relevents: Dorothy Gates

Dorothy Gates, senior music producer for the Salvation Army’s Eastern Territory, speaks with SAConnects about her favorite Irish town, Cuban Salvationists, and how music can be a form of expression

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01 May 2016

Salvationism

What are the features of The Salvation Army that stand distinct from sister denominations and other Christian families? The answer is often expressed in that quite wonderfully evocative word, “Salvationism.”

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01 May 2016

The Salvation Army in Cuba

In 1918, Cuba and the United States were political allies. Trade between the two countries flourished. Guantanamo Bay had already been leased to the U.S. as part of the Platt

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