15 Jul 2021

‘A voice of science and God’s love.’

As COVID–19 vaccines become more accessible to the general public, Salvation Army continues to team up with local health care professionals to get shots into people’s arms and to educate

14 Jul 2021

Engage a biblical worldview

In 2006, Dr. Del Tackett, a founder of the New Geneva Theological Seminary, created The Truth Project, a worldview curriculum estimated to have been seen by over 20 million people

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

12 Jul 2021

Comedian Michael Jr.’s book delivers a punchline

Known as one of today’s most gifted communicators, Christian comedic thought leader Michael Jr. brings laughter and encouragement to audiences all over the world. He uses comedy and insightful storytelling

09 Jul 2021

A day at the park

Find a new outfit and accessories to match! Lea and her daughter purchased all the items you see here at a Salvation Army thrift store for their day in the

08 Jul 2021

Hitting the Sawdust Trail

Most young men first learn about woodworking in their high school wood shop class, but Captain Darell Houseton, a pastor in The Salvation Army, discovered a different path. “My high

07 Jul 2021

‘As popular as the ice cream truck’

Hungry kids can always find breakfast and lunch at school, but what happens during the summer break? Several Salvation Army corps throughout the country are taking part in the federally

06 Jul 2021

Digital Edition: Volume 7 No. 2, 2021

  We have emerged from what has been the most stressful year of our lives. So, it’s understandable why a recent survey of U.S. consumers indicates that, as this pandemic

05 Jul 2021

The Army Vaccinates: Philadelphia

Cars filled The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center’s parking lot in Philadelphia the day the vaccine clinic opened. It was a collaborative effort between the Kroc

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

02 Jul 2021

Stained glass: The poor man’s Bible

As a little girl living in Mexico, Major Monica Balmori would go with her father to Cosmovitral, an awe-inspiring stained-glass mural and botanical garden. That experience changed her life and inspired

30 Jun 2021

“The Army is here to save the prom!”

In May, Julia Swayne, a social service worker for Lawrence High School in Nassau, N.Y., reached out to The Salvation Army with a unique request. Valatta Savoy, deputy director of