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One day while driving in Nairobi, Kenya, I saw a three–story building still under construction. Fairly new, it was nothing more than a shell; just square columns and cement floors.
Danielle Diakanwa, youth ministry director for the Times Square, N.Y., Corps, speaks with SAConnects about her love of dance and the challenge of being an overseas mission team leader. She
Ecumenism comes from the Greek word oikoumené—“the whole world”—and refers to unity and universality. Today, the term relates to Christian denominational unity and cooperation within the worldwide body of churches.
In recognition of the 15–year anniversary of the events of 9/11, four Eastern Territory officers share their memories of how the attacks profoundly influenced, and in some cases changed, the
A new center is coming to East Harlem ‘In Thy great Name, we place this stone. To Thy great Truth, these walls we rear. Help us to make Thy glory
Commissioning is a momentous occasion. It’s a time when men and women who’ve committed themselves to Christian ministry through The Salvation Army are ordained, commissioned, and appointed to serve as
Colonel Janet Munn, principal of the College for Officer Training, offered a striking statistic about the Messengers of Light session: 27 of the 46 cadets came to Christ through
First Gooding awards presented The College for Officer Training (CFOT) in partnership with the Territorial Committee for Salvationists of African Descent presented the first annual CSM Edward Gooding, O.F., Award
“When they reached the other side, Elijah said to Elisha, “What can I do for you before I’m taken from you? Ask anything.” Elisha said, “Your life repeated in my
An all–Army Production “Usually after I finish a project, my mind is right onto the next thing. But this time, I constantly find myself reflecting on ‘Moses,’ even weeks later.”
The lights shown brilliantly on Lieutenant Melanie Ortiz as she walked across the stage and stood in front of Commissioner Barry C. Swanson, territorial commander. In the presence of 2,000