11 Aug 2021

Storybook Picnic days

The Salvation Army’s Center Hill Corps in Cincinnati is surrounded by two senior housing complexes and already has a vibrant ministry to the community’s aging population. However, since 2014, corps

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13 Jul 2021

Witnessing Beyond Words

“Actions speak louder than words,” is a familiar adage. In police work, actions can mean everything when the stakes are a matter of life and death. In such a demanding

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03 Jul 2021

‘Proud to be an American’ in Ashland

“Wear your red, white, and blue.” That was the kicker for an ad that announced the summer lunch program at the Salvation Army’s Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center

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03 Jun 2021

Running the race

While in high school, Bill Garrett was in the marching band. But every time the cross-country coach tried to recruit him to the team, he declined. “I said, ‘Running around

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27 May 2021

Led Home by Grace

As a young altar boy growing up in Camden, N.J., Brian Shields was introduced to alcohol by a Catholic priest. “We would drink the altar wine,” Brian recalls. “That’s what

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07 May 2021

Unparalleled Times

The U.S. is facing a national homelessness crisis and COVID–19 has delivered its devastating blow. Undaunted, The Salvation Army continues to help people in need, without discrimination. When homelessness looms,

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21 Apr 2021

Fishing in God’s creation

Everyone has that special place to draw near to God. For Major Rob Kramer, it’s when he’s out fishing in his kayak on one of the rivers, lakes or streams

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09 Apr 2021

Breaking Good: From crystal meth to God’s miracle

“I never realized how it was gonna unfold, but my world then came down to nothing,” said Shelly Lynn Peters. “I thought, If I could go back and do life

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31 Mar 2021

Fighting a war within

Fight is a word Tonzel Prince understands all too well. As a kid living on the mean streets of Hackensack, N.J., during the 1970s; as a young kickboxer who competed

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03 Mar 2021

Ending the homelessness cycle

Homelessness can assume many faces. Some people live on the street due to serious mental illness, substance misuse, HIV, and other chronic health conditions. Others survive domestic abuse or military

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02 Mar 2021

Fighting the war online

Ohio ranks fifth in the country for human trafficking, according to statistics from the National Human Trafficking Hotline. The evil continues during COVID-19 as traffickers have turned to the web

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