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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19 Jul 2019

Mission to Honduras

In January 2019, physicians from the eastern and the central United States traveled to the country of Honduras to provide medical care to people living in remote, impoverished regions of

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19 Jul 2019

Evangelism on Display

It was just another Sunday afternoon for Rosemary Opaye and her three children. They were shopping along 125th Street in East Harlem, N.Y., when they encountered an evangelism team from

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18 Jul 2019

What is E·van·ge·lism today?

/ə vanjə lizəm/  •  noun The spreading of the Christian gospel by public preaching or personal witness. Evangelism. It’s a familiar word, but what exactly does it mean today? The

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04 Jun 2019

A New Day for Overdose Victims

Some people go to work every day, but wonder, Am I making a difference? One person who doesn’t ask that question is Susan Jones, the coordinator of The Salvation Army’s

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