03 Dec 2019

A Party with Purpose

There were quite a few events that led to Sally Carver’s involvement with The Salvation Army, which could be the reason why she doesn’t believe in coincidences. For example, on

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02 Dec 2019

What can we do?

On the evening of May 28, 2019, a series of tornadoes touched down in heavily populated areas of Dayton, Ohio. The Salvation Army’s Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center

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02 Dec 2019

You Will Survive

Gloria Gaynor shares her story “Her name would come up among those listed who gave regularly to The Salvation Army,” said Burt Mason of the Greater New York Division. “Then

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02 Dec 2019

A home for the holidays

Patricia Culver did not become homeless through addiction or unfortunate choices. Instead, she was evicted from her home in 2015, after her dog had an encounter with her landlord’s son’s

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02 Nov 2019

Serving God and Country

Meet five veterans who overcame personal struggles and found God through The Salvation Army. This Veterans Day, let us remember: “Greater love has no one than this: to lay down

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02 Nov 2019

Brewing help for veterans

“If you think of a hotel having a concierge, that’s our role. The really important thing is for veterans to be with veterans and for veterans to help other veterans.

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01 Nov 2019

The five principles of design thinking

What makes success possible tends to be invisible to the eye and intangible to the touch. When those factors do appear, they seem to be the things least worthy of

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01 Nov 2019

A place to lay his head

Jesus replied, “Foxes have dens and birds have nests, but the Son of Man has no place to lay his head.” —Matthew 8:20 Johnny Minor grew up in a house

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02 Oct 2019

On wings like eagles

“I really didn’t know what I wanted to do after high school,” remembers Thaddaeus Stanford. Although he’s the son of Salvation Army officers Majors Demetrius and Juanita M. Stanford, his

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02 Oct 2019

Faith in Art

Painting Freedom began as many ministries do—with a leap of faith. Artist Tucker Rodkey’s plan for art and sharing the gospel required him to believe God over his own senses.

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02 Oct 2019

An Open Door
The Salvation Army offers help to people suffering domestic abuse

Paula and her husband have been married for more than 20  years, but it’s been a struggle for the Jamestown, N.Y., couple. They live on a meager income and have

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30 Aug 2019

‘I Stand For Jesus’

At least a year before he would be arrested and languish 735 days in a Turkish prison, Pastor Andrew Brunson began to hear the rumblings of an impending storm. Praying

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