02 Oct 2019

20/20 Vision Highlights

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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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05 Jun 2019

Visionaries for Freedom

Since our inception, The Salvation Army has been a pioneer in combatting sex trafficking. Our founder William Booth believed that to serve the oppressed, we must fight on the frontlines

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04 Jun 2019

A New Day for Overdose Victims

Some people go to work every day, but wonder, Am I making a difference? One person who doesn’t ask that question is Susan Jones, the coordinator of The Salvation Army’s

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04 Jun 2019

The Fight for Freedom
A Strategy for a Nation
Without Human Trafficking

Can you imagine a world without human exploitation? Since the beginning, God raised up The Salvation Army as a global pioneer and partner in fighting against human trafficking. As in

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03 Jun 2019

Michelle Hannan

Michelle Hannan is the director of The Salvation Army’s Anti–Human Trafficking (AHT) Program in Central Ohio and the director of social services for the SWONEKY Division. She also leads the

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03 Jun 2019

SA Justice:
On Earth as it is in Heaven

Since coming into my appointment as Territorial Social Justice Secretary two years ago, I have regularly been asked, “What exactly is social justice?” and “What does that look like for

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03 Jun 2019

PROS and CONS of weekend warriors

For health protection, official guidelines recommend we get 150 minutes of moderate–intensity (or 75 minutes of vigorous–intensity) physical activity each week. But what does this mean for weekend warriors who

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