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Digital Edition: September 2015

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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09 Jul 2015

Recycling, Reclaiming, Reflecting

Recycling, Reclaiming, Reflecting In this SAConnects (printed magazine), you’ll read how the Lord is working through the ministry of the Adult Rehabilitation Centers (ARC) in the Eastern Territory. From its

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09 Jul 2015

A delicate balance

In this SAconnects (printed magazine), we’ll share testimonies from the recently commissioned Heralds of Grace session and give you a glimpse into their future. This approach represents our ongoing commitment to

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09 Jul 2015

Relevents — Marilyn Canty

Marilyn Canty, director of The Salvation Army’s Eliza Shirley House in Philadelphia, Pa., talks about flea markets, friends in Spain, her faith, and how being in recovery has brought her closer

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09 Jul 2015

Finding Balance

JUST A THOUGHT  The inclusion of “Captivating” by John and Stasi Eldredge in the rightNow Media section (May 2015 SAConnects) suggests that this is a Bible study that would be

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09 Jul 2015

A Drifter Finds Christ

“It’s fantastic when you turn your life over to Christ and stop running on self–will and rely on God’s will,” says Stanley Jackson, a drug and alcohol abuse counselor for

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09 Jul 2015

Generation to Generation

New lieutenants of  the Heralds of Grace session are coming to a corps or an ARC near you. Their ministries are expected to positively influence the lives of Salvationists in

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09 Jul 2015

‘Time to Shine!’

Praise & Prayer Gatherings Friday evening’s Praise & Prayer Gathering included many contemporary praise songs. The platform musicians and singers, as well as a spirit–filled audience, transformed the Great American

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09 Jul 2015

D.U.C.K.

Willie and Sadie Robertson They entered Saturday’s “Strikepoint” session to the strains of “We Are Family,” a 1970s song made popular by Sister Sledge. The “Generation to Generation” event included

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