Saconnects Magazine2023-09-07T13:44:44-04:00


Would you be surprised to learn that The Salvation Army is a church, and that 53 percent of its leaders are women? It’s okay. This is news to a lot of people.

That’s why this issue of SACONNECTS magazine includes articles that reveal how such women preach courageously from the pulpit, and contribute to other forms of essential ministry, volunteerism, and philanthropy.

From helping African refugees find their way, to feeding and housing youth in the United States who have run away, to building a spirit of love in communities everywhere,  women in our stories have helped to create sustainable, and transformative lifestyles for everyone.

You will see for yourself how, since its inception, The Salvation Army has been led by women who have played pivotal roles. Through God’s grace and love, they have helped families survive in the aftermath of disasters, and obtain food, shelter, financial help, and spiritual care.

Past Issues

A path forward

Some people tend to turn away from God because they think they’re unworthy of His love. I can promise that if someone sits across from me and we go story–for–story, [...]

Picking a new passion

Jackie Bradshaw’s once–promising tennis career at Bethany College in Kansas disappeared after she underwent elbow surgery and four shoulder procedures, including a full [...]

Don’t quit quietly

"Quiet Quitting" is all the rage in the corporate world, and the phenomenon has drawn considerable media attention in recent months. Investopedia describes quiet quitting as “doing the minimum requirements [...]

God in Control

There’s a phrase that says, “Boys: Less drama than girls, but harder to keep alive.” Ben Walton, my son, has proved those words to be right all his [...]

A History Rooted in Faith

Nestled in the woods off a rural road in Warren, Conn., is a simple monument marking the birthplace of the Rev. Charles Finney, known as the “Father of Modern Revivalism.” [...]

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