From the Editor

Worship with us!

Major Tonie Cameron (center, standing) with members of the SAconnects editorial, design, and photography teams as they display this year’s EPA awards.

In our next SAconnects magazine, we’ll examine some of the ways the Salvation Army’s unique ministries are demonstrating what the word of God looks like—on the streets, on athletic fields, and in homes. We’ll tackle tough topics such as domestic violence, sexual abuse, and missing persons from the perspective of what is possible when believers in Christ take action.

You’ll also be surprised to learn how a mission trip to St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands resulted in one young man earning his pilot’s wings. Join us for these stories and more!

By the way, as the SAconnects magazine staff celebrated receiving four more awards at this year’s Evangelical Press Association (EPA) Convention (nine in four years), Major Tonie Cameron, communications secretary, offered her sincere congratulations.

Cameron also said “goodbye.” She recently assumed a new role as general secretary in Northern New England.

During her appointment in the Communications Department, the message she most wanted to convey to you and to the world is that The Salvation Army is a church. Our “Worship with Us!” ad (July/August 2019, back cover) expressed her heartfelt sentiments.

We invite you to join our worship service every Sunday. Each Salvation Army center provides a sanctuary from the world. We also offer programs designed to enrich your life and the lives of your family members. We have music and arts programs for children, food and shelter for people in need, Bible studies for others who want to know more about Jesus, and rehabilitation programs for people struggling with addiction.

You are our neighbor. We want to meet you. Join us!

— Warren L. Maye, Editor in Chief

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