The Bible is filled with people who protest. Scripture records one individual after another who—often against powerful and dangerous forces—initiates cultural change based on the principle of God’s truth and
Christmas lights. Turkey dinners. Family. It was the Christmas season, but I felt lost. Patty and I had taken the year off for sick leave. We didn’t have the usual
USA East Reformation 500 Theological Symposium (October 26, 2017, Territorial Headquarters) provided an avenue of grace for spiritual formation, self–understanding, and ongoing mission. Three motivating factors combined to bring this
Finding a Church Home When Lisa Tryon applied for Christmas assistance from the Salvation Army in Oswego, N.Y., last year, she was well aware that the Army is a church.
For more than four decades, Roxie Brought has attended the Salvation Army’s York Citadel Corps in York, Pa. In 1995, she became the corps kettle coordinator. The 2017 kettle season
The Amish don’t drive cars, but they sure know how to make sturdy high-end furniture. Don and Loretta Shaver, soldiers at The Salvation Army in Punxsutawney, Pa., have formed a