It was a brisk day on October 31, 1517, in Wittenberg, Germany. An Augustinian monk walked up to a church door with a document, a hammer, and some nails in
Bill Burke, the Salvation Army’s National Advisory Board chair, and senior V.P. of marketing for Nationwide Insurance, talks about his visit to Israel and the Army’s presence in his hometown.
The Church is variously depicted in Scripture as a body, a temple, a household, and a vine. Each image highlights a particular facet of the ekklesia, the “called out ones,”
In 2007, Majors Richard and Linda López, then corps officers at the Salvation Army’s San Juan Corps in Puerto Rico, saw a need for music education in the community. So,
People in record numbers hear the Gospel at Old Orchard Beach Camp Meetings 2016 Salvationists attending the 134th Old Orchard Beach (OOB) Camp Meetings literally marched into the history books.
Using your gifts Old Orchard Beach Camp Meetings exceeded my expectations. I am grateful for the opportunity to share a stage with so many diversely talented people and to meet
Bigger than ‘us’ I had visited the United States three times, but never this far north. To meet so many Salvationists from the northeast and from Canada shows me how
“Angel” remembers every detail of turning her first “trick.” Just talking about it brings back all the pain and tears. The road to that fateful street corner encounter in Toledo,
General André Cox and Commissioner Silvia Cox, World President of Women’s Ministries, talk about their lives away from the spotlight, their message to Old Orchard Beach (OOB) Camp Meeting delegates,
Betty Blankenship retires Betty Blankenship, who had become a fixture at Territorial Headquarters (THQ), retired earlier this year after a 43–year career with The Salvation Army. But many people will
Lieutenant Giovanni E. Romero, corps officer at the Union City, N.J., Corps, was commissioned in 2014 as a member of the Disciples of the Cross session. He is also an