Illustration: detail from “Mending the Nets,” an 1881 painting by Winslow Homer (1836–1910) at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC What can first-century fishers teach us about twenty-first-century crises?
Evangelism, congregational life, and social outreach are enduring dimensions of Army mission, but the present crisis challenges us to serve in new ways. Many corps are finding their online presence
Stewardship—understanding that everything at our disposal is held in trust and that we have a responsibility to honor the values and aims of Christ’s kingdom.* A steward is a servant
The Big Reveal ** Desplace hacia abajo para leer e l artículo en español** Greetings from the World Services Office of The Salvation Army—USA Eastern Territory! We are grateful for