Alex struggled in a pit of despair as she first connected to The Salvation Army Oil City Worship and Service Center’s Pathway of Hope (POH) program. She was fed up,
“Communication, no matter how eloquent or effusive it may be, is incomplete if understanding isn’t achieved,” says Bishop T.D. Jakes, author of a new book entitled Don’t Drop the Mic.
When Ralph Capoano and Charlie Kerr walk into a Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center, (ARC), they use their credible voices to speak hope and understanding into the hearts and minds
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
Captain Mark Ferreira is passionate about saving the planet and saving souls for Christ. He gets to do both as administrator of the Salvation Army’s Family Store in Brockton, Mass.
Five years ago, high school student Ke–Shon Riley became a volunteer at the Salvation Army’s after–school program in York, Pa. That’s because, over time, the program became a home away
Music has always been part of Alan Porchetti’s life. After his family immigrated to the United States from Argentina, he learned to play music at The Salvation Army. As a
On any given school day at the Salvation Army’s Westside Worship and Service Center in Pittsburgh, Pa., students are quiet, focused, and hard at work in multiple classrooms where social
It is our pleasure to announce the re-release of SAConnects Magazine. During the suspension of producing the magazine, the editorial and design teams in the Communications Department, here at THQ,
“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
Just about everyone knows the essentials of college life: a grab-and-go breakfast, easy-to-make pasta dinners, and in today’s world, a supply of hand sanitizer. The Salvation Army’s Monessen, Pa., Worship