Digna Betancourt Swingle, director of social services at The Salvation Army’s Albany, N.Y., Corps, reflects on her family’s Cuban heritage and subsequent history in Rochester, N.Y. She tells how her
Born on May 24, 1928, Thelma (Hill) Schotter has a house and heart full of memories in East Stroudsburg, Pa., as she approaches her 90th birthday. Growing up a Salvationist
And the LORD answered me: “Write the vision; make it plain on tablets, so he may run who reads it.” – Habakkuk 2:2 SAconnects (the magazine) would be remiss if
The Salvation Army’s War on Human Trafficking In 1885, decades before he became the second General of The Salvation Army, Bramwell Booth and his wife, Florence Soper Booth, were young
Lt. Colonel Thomas (Tommy) Gorman “Tommy,” as he’s affectionately known to family and friends, walks into the gymnasium at the Asbury Park, N.J., Corps with a pep in his step
Roque y Josefina Ortiz poseían un espíritu de pioneros. Se integraron por primera vez a las filas del Ejército en 1924 en calidad de enviados a cargo de la obra
¡Triunfarán! (Triumphant! in English), written by Colonel Frank Payton, chronicles the history of The Salvation Army and its growth within the Spanish–speaking community of the United States and Puerto Rico.
Last year on her 100th birthday, General André Cox, international leader of The Salvation Army, sent Lt. Colonel Dorothy Purser a framed letter, acknowledging her legacy as a minister in