Arts In Action | Testimony Series | Lt. Clifford Douglas Dance has been a great passion of mine for as long as I can remember. During my younger years, it
Arts In Action | Testimony Series | Col. Janet Munn My attitude made a complete reversal in an instant – from bored disengagement to energized alertness. I was a Salvation
Arts In Action | Testimony Series | Capt. Darell Houseton I never thought of myself as an “artsy” person. Growing up, it wasn’t seen as something that the boys did.
Let me set the scene for you. . .kids are running around like crazy. The after school program is desperately searching for volunteers, so you’re assisting with homework help. That
Dance as a children’s ministry is process oriented, not outcome oriented. Anything more is icing on the cake. I’ve not seen too many dances featuring children (who take dance once
With Star Search fast approaching, many corps officers, assistants, and volunteers are preparing budding musicians and artists daily. Here are 13 quick tips for helping your students feel awesome leading
28,000 Campers accept Jesus Christ as Lord! “Over the last four years, 28,000 children have accepted Jesus Christ as Lord of their lives at summer camps across the USA East!
Arts In Action | Testimony Series | Sarah George For all of my life, I have watched people in the Salvation Army find their “place”. Whether it was preaching, or singing,
We’ve never called it sacred snare drum, or sacred piano. Those mediums stand on their own two feet; no rationalization required. So, why do we feel the need to clarify
“Forget everything else that’s going on around you, and tune into the light you’ve been given in your hands.” Sunbeams to me, means ‘rays of sunshine’, and that’s why I
We’ve all been there. You’ve been asked to provide a last minute Christmas dance at your corps. Not to worry! Here’s a list of awesome Christmas songs you might be
We’ve all seen it, the same chorus choreography repeated over and over… and over. Listen, I get it. Time is limited, your dancers won’t cooperate,and you still don’t know what