08 Jul 2021

Hitting the Sawdust Trail

Most young men first learn about woodworking in their high school wood shop class, but Captain Darell Houseton, a pastor in The Salvation Army, discovered a different path. “My high

17 May 2021

What More Can We Do?

Lieutenants Guilbaldo De La Cruz and Yesenia Hernandez, pastors at the Salvation Army’s church in Passaic, N.J., have let the community know that, no matter when they are needed, they

03 May 2020

Mother of the Kroc

Members of Joanne Small’s community lovingly gave her the title “Mother of the Kroc” because she was a warm, motherly soul with a love for people and boundless energy to

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

04 Jun 2019

The Fight for Freedom
A Strategy for a Nation
Without Human Trafficking

Can you imagine a world without human exploitation? Since the beginning, God raised up The Salvation Army as a global pioneer and partner in fighting against human trafficking. As in

08 May 2019

A Mother’s LOVE

His name is William Robert Hughes, but everyone at the Lexington, Ky., Corps knows him as “Boo.” Boo, 35, suffers from severe autism and sensory issues. He is often hyperactive

07 May 2019

Finding a Home

I am one of four children. My mother is a recovering alcoholic and my father struggles with a heroin addiction. I know they both love me. However, their problems created

01 Apr 2019

Dedicated Lives

If it happens at the West Pittston, Pa., Corps, the chances are the husband and wife team of Liz and Chris Winborn are somehow involved. Lieutenant Gavin Yeatts, the corps

13 Mar 2019

The Commission on the Status of Women

The Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) is the principal global intergovernmental body exclusively dedicated to the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women. It is a

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