The message of God’s restorative and redemptive love, as evidenced in the Cross and empty tomb, is still as powerful and relevant today as it was 2,000 years ago. The
Our territory’s 20/20 Vision guides us in our thinking about how we, as Salvationists, can make a difference in the Kingdom. We understand that: The Lord has blessed the Army
Category 5, Hurricane Maria hit the island of Puerto Rico destroying everything in her path… After a few days, something impressive happened. It was as if young people and children had woken up from a kind of hypnosis produced by technology.
While many denominations grapple today with the role of women in ministry, The Salvation Army has deployed women in leadership since its inception. In the beginning, “Hallelujah Lassies” attracted so
Juanita Hager is the quintessential Salvationist. The 80–year–old Piqua, Ohio, woman found her spiritual home at The Salvation Army when she was just seven. During the pursuing decades, she became
Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” —Matthew 19:14 Susanne Pummill was a