07 Jul 2020

‘Spidey’ artist is on the ball

Who didn’t love reading about the exploits of Spiderman? Joe Sinnott, the legendary comic book artist best known for his work on “Spiderman,” “The Fantastic Four,” and other superheroes, died

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02 Jul 2020

A new kind of mayor

“For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes ….”—Romans 1:16. Residents of Ashland, Ohio, are accustomed

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30 Jun 2020

Una nación bajo Dios en necesidad de sanidad

No es sorpresa que nuestro mundo, nuestro país y nuestros corazones han estado perturbados por meses.  En un mes como este, conocido por celebraciones y desfiles de orgullo comunitario, este

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20 Jun 2020

From anxiety to outrage to hope

A resurgence of the COVID–19 outbreak now would add yet another layer of complexity to an already exploding scenario for 2020. In the midst of massive and global protest in

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19 Jun 2020

Un VISTAZO A LOS TEMAS MINISTERIALES

El Cuerpo conecta a las personas, los soldados y los amigos, con fines misioneros entre los fieles y en el mundo. Asociarse en este ministerio compartido cambia la vida de

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19 Jun 2020

A Father’s Day view of spiritual formation

I’m no longer Matt Hodgson; I mean, of course I’m still me, but that’s not how I’m known. I’m now known as “Grace’s Dad” or “Ella’s Dad” or “the triplet’s

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19 Jun 2020

A father in the hood

I just want to share something that happened recently. This badly upset me and my wife Christine. It was a cool evening. We were outside doing some gardening. David, my

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15 Jun 2020

Lieutenant Drigo represents

Passionate voices filled the air in Bushwick, Brooklyn, N.Y., and people came from far and wide to listen. They stood or sat on benches or knelt on the expansive Maria

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14 Jun 2020

Fostering hope during COVID

“COVID–19 has disrupted schedules and routines that foster children depend on to make them feel safe,” said Angie Gillen, outreach coordinator for The Salvation Army Children’s Services: Adoption and Foster

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12 Jun 2020

Smiles keep her going

Emily Mercado was about to leave for the night when she took one more phone call. The social ministries coordinator at the Lynn, Mass., Corps, was finishing up another exhausting

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11 Jun 2020

From anxiety to outrage to hope

A resurgence of the COVID–19 outbreak now would add yet another layer of complexity to an already exploding scenario for 2020. In the midst of massive and global protest in

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10 Jun 2020

Making lemonade—virtually

COVID–19 turned this year into a “lemon” for The Salvation Army in Central Ohio. However, its response was to “make lemonade,” as the saying goes, and they did it virtually.

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