02 Dec 2019

20/20 Vision Highlights

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03 Oct 2019

Soul Purpose

With a middle name like Salvation, nothing seems more critical to the Army’s mission than soul–winning. Major Stephen Court acknowledges people’s discomfort with both the words soul and winning, for

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03 Oct 2019

Lieutenant Melissa Lewell

Lieutenant Melissa Lewell talks about the presence of the Holy Spirit in Cambodian culture, the story of King Josiah, and the ministry lessons she learned at Camp Sebago. My years

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03 Oct 2019

After–school programs

Growing up in Colombia, Heidy Malaver dreamed of studying music. Although she took voice lessons and sang in a choir, finding teachers who were trained in playing musical instruments was

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03 Oct 2019

Talking Tablets

As many as 2 million inmates nationwide have access to tablets in prison. They use them to send email, make video calls, and download a limited selection of games, movies,

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02 Oct 2019

On wings like eagles

“I really didn’t know what I wanted to do after high school,” remembers Thaddaeus Stanford. Although he’s the son of Salvation Army officers Majors Demetrius and Juanita M. Stanford, his

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02 Oct 2019

Faith in Art

Painting Freedom began as many ministries do—with a leap of faith. Artist Tucker Rodkey’s plan for art and sharing the gospel required him to believe God over his own senses.

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02 Oct 2019

A ministry to the missing

In 1959, my 5–year–old daughter Lena* was being watched at my mum’s Liverpool home after school. That day, Lena’s mum, from whom I was divorced, picked her up. That was

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02 Oct 2019

The Communion of Empty Hands

Thomas Pettepiece tells the story of a group of political prisoners who gathered on Easter morning to celebrate communion. They had no bread; they had no wine or chalice. They

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02 Oct 2019

Fight forward
Surviving sexual abuse

Brenda Crouch is author of Fight Forward: Reclaim the Real You, a new book designed to bring hope to survivors of sexual abuse. Crouch is a TV host, speaker, author,

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02 Oct 2019

Innovation ‘forever’

I’ve always been fascinated by people who, down through the years, have seen problems in society and have come up with solutions that were totally out of the box. In

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02 Oct 2019

An Open Door
The Salvation Army offers help to people suffering domestic abuse

Paula and her husband have been married for more than 20  years, but it’s been a struggle for the Jamestown, N.Y., couple. They live on a meager income and have

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