08 Feb 2019

Damien Horne

Last summer, the crowds at the Old Orchard Beach Pier may not have been aware, but one of the singer–songwriters on the stage had performed with Faith Hill, Bon Jovi,

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07 Feb 2019

The Kroc Center in Ashland

When the Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in Ashland, Ohio, opened its doors a decade ago as the Eastern Territory’s first Kroc Center, it became the face of

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07 Feb 2019

Bursting Diet Myths

Search for “diets” and you’ll end up with thousands of results. With so many diets to choose from, you may be wondering which is best. THE ANSWER: The ideal diet

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07 Feb 2019

Silent Heart Attacks

Chest pain, shortness of breath and cold sweats are typical heart attack signs. But many Americans have heart attacks without symptoms—and when they do, they are three times as likely

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07 Feb 2019

Lieutenant Chakanaka Watch

Lieutenant Chakanaka Watch, commanding officer of the Harlem (Temple) N.Y., Corps, talks about witnessing the Salvation Army’s global ministry, choosing the Church rather than pursuing fame, and how radio became

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07 Feb 2019

My Three Fathers

From as young as I can remember, I was told that I had come from a specimen cup; that my “father” had been anonymously selected and financially compensated by a

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07 Feb 2019

‘I will give you rest’

MyPillow founder Mike Lindell was once so addicted to crack cocaine that his three drug dealers ran an intervention and refused to sell to him. “I went up and down

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07 Feb 2019

The Business of Change

Jervon Carswell (left) and Armel Jordan (right) walked into the Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) in Cleveland, Ohio, in need of help. Jervon had little more than the clothing

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07 Feb 2019

The Heart of Worship

In the role of a pastor, I always felt it was important to let members of the congregation know that, if they were absent from a Sunday worship service, they

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07 Feb 2019

R–E–S–P–E–C–T

In 1967, Aretha Franklin, music diva and longtime friend of The Salvation Army, released the song “Respect.” It emerged as an “anthem” for women around the world. The Queen of

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