03 Jun 2017

A Deeper Walk

In Washington, D.C.’s Judiciary Square, there is a statue of Albert Pike, the early American journalist and lawyer. The inscription on the statue quotes Pike when he wrote, “What we

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03 Jun 2017

Relevents: Major Elizur Vasquez

Major Elizur Vasquez, corps officer at the Boston Central Hispanic Corps Community Center, talks about the street ministry that introduced him to The Salvation Army, the book of Joshua, and

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03 Jun 2017

Addiction

Humans are scarred by brokenness. While that is not news, there is a dimension to it that is especially malicious and deceptive, which many people prefer to ignore—addiction. Addiction is

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03 Jun 2017

Now, he’s a Leader

Andy Iorio was always more of a follower than a leader in his younger days. A native of Plains, Pa., Iorio was an altar boy and attended 12 years of

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02 Jun 2017

The People are the Church

As Salvation Army officers, Captains Candy and J.R. Fritsch know their appointment to the Cleveland West Park Corps could change at any time. If the Army wants to deploy them

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02 Jun 2017

After the storm

In August 2016, Louisiana suffered the worst natural disaster since Hurricane Sandy in 2012. The Salvation Army Baton Rouge Corps lost eight of its nine buildings. The Salvation Army Student

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02 Jun 2017

A New Way To Serve

Edwina Thomas, food service manager for the Salvation Army’s Baton Rouge, La., Corps, was focused on helping people during the flood, even though she had lost her home to it.

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02 Jun 2017

Christ works through you

On the Tuesday night of our mission trip, I read the Bible and came across Acts 28. It tells the story of the Apostle Paul’s visit to the city of

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02 Jun 2017

What God Makes Perfect

On a warm Sunday afternoon in early July 2015, Major Doris Gonzalez sat in her car in Hazleton, Pa., outside the corps building. She reflected on her new appointment and

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02 Jun 2017

Lessons from ‘The Case for Christ’

In our so–called “post–truth” era, where claims of “fake news” are a growing trend and “alternative facts” are frequently debated, more than ever, people crave the truth, the whole truth,

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02 Jun 2017

LEAD: Educate > Empower > Encourage >

“Our purpose is to facilitate a culture of discipleship that radically empowers lay leaders to creatively respond to God’s calling.” —Lay Leadership Vision Statement For the past eight years, we

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01 Jun 2017

The People You Lead

After 44 years, 10 months, and 15 days of service for God, Lt. Colonels Guy D. and Henrietta Klemanski are retiring from their roles as leaders of the Salvation Army’s

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