18 Dec 2020

Mastering the sugar arts

Becki Dina, a Salvation Army soldier and owner and decorator of Sugar Arts Bakehouse in Shaker Heights, Ohio, took on a hobby that became a job, which then became a

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17 Dec 2020

The joy of Christmas comes home

Maria Sanchez sat her four children down and gave them the bad news; their family couldn’t afford any Christmas decorations for their home this year—not even a tree. “The situation

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09 Dec 2020

Equipping the called

The Lord said to him, “Who gave human beings their mouths? Who makes them deaf or mute? Who gives them sight or makes them blind? Is it not I, the Lord? Now go; I will help you

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03 Dec 2020

Gifts Under the Tree

Amanda Strandburg knows what it’s like to see Christmas approaching, but have nothing under the tree. You might say “The Ghost of Christmas Past” visited her every holiday season. Today,

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27 Nov 2020

On his feet again

Chris and Jenny Corcoron want to become Salvation Army officers, but the road has been riddled with obstacles. The largest one happened this year when Chris was diagnosed with a

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23 Nov 2020

Thanksgiving recipes from The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army Eastern Territory is home to talented chefs, cooks, and food preparers. Whether it’s for a culinary class at a Kroc Center or a dinner at a corps

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22 Sep 2020

Faith Through Covid

If you ask Jean Renel Murat about his COVID–19 experience, he will tell you it was both bad and good. First, the bad. Murat, who helped start the Haitian ministry

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18 Sep 2020

A sign of hope

The COVID–19 shutdown caused millions of people to lose their jobs, leaving them without money to buy food and other provisions and afraid to even leave their homes. However, in

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14 Sep 2020

The HOPEline

Trained volunteers provide emotional and spiritual care during the COVID–19 pandemic. Silence can be deafening. Just ask an Emotional and Spiritual Care (ESC) specialist who is trying to connect with a

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08 Sep 2020

Shine the Light

Federal grant will help Army fight human trafficking. Gratitude looked like a bright smile on Sarah Medina’s face as she thought about the wonderful support that she and her colleagues

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02 May 2020

Red River Revival

In the late 1700s, a movement took place that would shape the future of The Salvation Army, our country, and Christianity… it all began in Adairville, Kentucky. It’s quiet now

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02 May 2020

Lyell’s House

The bright, well–maintained, two–story brick home near the corner of Madison Avenue and Linden Street in Bethlehem, Pa., could be mistaken for a typical family residence or even a college

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