22 Jan 2021

These Devils are angels

The New Jersey Devils usually host a Salvation Army Day at a home game each year. That was cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19. The National Hockey League’s New Jersey

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18 Jan 2021

Colonels Deslea and Philip Maxwell: The Army and Us

Colonels Deslea and Philip Maxwell serve as Territorial Secretary for Women’s Ministries and Chief Secretary for The Salvation Army USA Eastern Territory Philip Maxwell: Deslea and I have been on

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15 Jan 2021

Blessings fall on Latrobe

As pastors, Majors Christopher and Jennifer Blessing have a great name. They often get asked if it’s real. It is. The Salvation Army officer couple, now in their 16th year

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07 Jan 2021

Your chance to ‘Rescue Christmas’

It was just a couple of Christmases ago when I was visiting my son and his family during the Christmas season. My son is stationed in my hometown at the

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06 Jan 2021

Remembering Clint and Micky

Kirsten George of Albany, N.Y., discovered her love of volunteering while watching a video of a man struggle to free himself from a tangled seatbelt. His daughter caught the hilarious

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05 Jan 2021

Michael’s story

A year ago, Michael came through our doors at the Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in Camden, N.J., seeking a fresh start. His story is one of a

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02 Jan 2021

Digital Edition: Special Issue COVID–19

Welcome to our “Special Issue 2020: COVID–19.” From “The Hopeline,” a national network of volunteers who offer emotional and spiritual care via phone, 24/7; to “Faith through COVID,” a family’s

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25 Dec 2020

Packing the pantry in Vermont

COVID-19 has done a number on the small community of Barre, Vt. Lieutenant Christopher West said that before COVID-19 struck, the corps helped 200 to 225 people a week. That

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24 Dec 2020

It’s Christmastime in the village

Major Jeff Stacy is a pastor, so it’s fitting that the first purchase he ever made for his massive Christmas village display was a beautiful church with a high steeple.

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23 Dec 2020

The gift of reading for Christmas

“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”—Frederick Douglass The way Joe Bedard tells it, he was in the woods several years ago when a vision

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22 Dec 2020

Warming hearts and bodies

When “Maria” finally had enough of domestic violence, she packed up her four children late one night and fled Puerto Rico with just two bags and the clothes on her

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21 Dec 2020

Answering the alarm—together

Updated December 20, 2020. The lines were so long for the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree distribution in Lexington, Ky., on Friday, December 18, that city police jumped in to help

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