01 Apr 2016

Digital Edition: April 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 the

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01 Apr 2016

Making a better place

In my daily work, I’m tasked with managing the resources of our Army. There are times when that can be difficult. Since the fall of 2015, the world’s economies have

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01 Apr 2016

relevents: Major Soo Jung Kim

Major Soo Jung Kim, private secretary for the Territorial Commander’s Office, talks with SAConnects about the “halftime” of her officership, how the arts have played a significant role in her

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01 Apr 2016

Wesleyanism

…the rock from which we are cut. Within the global Protestant community, The Salvation Army is part of the Wesleyan family. Wesleyans are a large group of 80 denominations, with

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01 Apr 2016

God’s Relentless Call

In 2005, my mom received an invitation to attend the Salvation Army corps in Dover, N.J. Although the spiritual effect of that invitation on my family was immediate, my personal

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01 Apr 2016

Great performances

Young musicians of the Phil Ramone Orchestra for Children, 69 boys and girls, ages 7 to 12, played with a brass quintet from The West Point Military Academy. The event

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01 Apr 2016

The ‘Old College Try’

Mike Riemer’s life has been about giving back. Four years ago, he found a creative way to get area college students involved. Students from local colleges perform work study and

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01 Apr 2016

‘I’m worth something’

A bus stops at the Hartley House where homeless men spend their lives. The men prepare to reenter the house and resume their routines, now that a special evening of

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01 Apr 2016

Singing for God’s Glory

I give myself away I give myself away So You can use me His name was Chuck Martin and the congregation at the Harlem, N.Y., Temple Corps called him “The

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01 Apr 2016

Being ‘called’

On Saturday, seminar activities included a unique “Round Robin Rotation” style of sessions. Session leaders offered insight into the roles, challenges, and spiritual practices of Salvation Army officers. Seven officers

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01 Apr 2016

My sacred space

My life is chaotic. Home life is crazy—children, toys, tubby–time (that would be the bath), dinner, calendars, dishes, and vacuuming. Not to mention the “other” work—meetings, deadlines, calendars, working with

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01 Apr 2016

Detoxifying Your Soul

Finding a ‘place’ Simplicity is certainly a spiritual discipline that is lacking in this fast–paced, materialistic world. There’s always a lot going on, and many of us seem to be

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