19 Jul 2019

The Old Orchard Beach Pier

“If you come back tomorrow, we’ll know how to make it for you,” said Sheila Lucero. A little boy had just asked her how to make a new balloon design.

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19 Jul 2019

Kathryn Higgins

Kathryn Higgins, arts ministries director for The Salvation Army Eastern Territory, talks about her unique path to parenthood, performances at Old Orchard Beach, and how the art of improv guided

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05 Jun 2019

The Freedom 5k

On the Monday morning of The Salvation Army’s annual week of camp meetings in Old Orchard Beach, Maine, as many as 200 people will dress in running shorts, sneakers, ball

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05 Jun 2019

Arielle Curry

Arielle Curry, director of the Salvation Army’s anti–trafficking effort in Philadelphia, Pa., talks about the importance of female leadership, her women’s event–based ministry, and how the women helped by the

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08 May 2019

Summer Camp

For Sarah Newell, a native of Northern Ireland, summer camp was something that she saw only in European countries such as France or Italy. But at 18, she wanted to

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08 May 2019

Lieutenant Mhairi Smeaton

Lieutenant Mhairi Smeaton, assistant corps officer at the Salvation Army’s Hazlet Outpost in New Jersey, talks about exploring other cultures, feeling victorious in community, and how God’s perfect love is

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07 May 2019

In God’s Hands

As the controversy regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) legislation continues, two “Dreamers” from the Salvation Army’s Queens (Temple) N.Y., Corps, share their stories. They talk about coming

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03 Apr 2019

Isaiah Allen

Isaiah Allen, Corps Leadership Development Bureau director for the Salvation Army’s USA Eastern Territory, talks about adoption; Christianity in Nigeria, West Africa; and how the gospel message can be summed

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02 Apr 2019

Hands On

Upon arriving at St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Matthew Rosamilia and the Salvation Army’s Hands On mission team noticed the roofs of many houses were missing. “We looked

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02 Apr 2019

Never too late for God

Ten years ago, Blanca Garcia De Ramirez opened a Bible for the first time. She was 78. “I raised my family to be sociable people,” says Blanca. “We always had

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13 Mar 2019

Catherine Booth

Catherine Booth (1829-1890), the Mother of The Salvation Army and wife of William Booth, talks about achieving true peace, how our hearts can be made perfect, and what a Christian

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13 Mar 2019

Preschool

Five years ago in Cleveland, Ohio, Major David Hernandez arrived at the Salvation Army’s Ohio City Corps and noticed how the city’s Department of Education promoted its preschools. “Ohio City

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