25 Jul 2016

OOB 16: General and Commissioner Cox

Headline Old Orchard Beach 2016 General André Cox and Commissioner Silvia Cox, The Salvation Army’s international leaders, will headline the Old Orchard Beach Camp Meetings, July 30–Aug. 5. They will

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02 May 2016

DIGITAL EDITION: MAY 2016

  To view all articles contained in this edition of SA Connects Magazine, click here. View all our Publications: http://issuu.com/saconnects About our ‘Digital Edition’ Magazine. With over 21 million publications, Issuu is

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01 May 2016

Elevator etiquette

Elevators can be uncomfortable places. Recently, I was riding in an elevator with about eight young people. I was the only old person, the only “unknown” in the group. An

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01 May 2016

Relevents: Dorothy Gates

Dorothy Gates, senior music producer for the Salvation Army’s Eastern Territory, speaks with SAConnects about her favorite Irish town, Cuban Salvationists, and how music can be a form of expression

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01 May 2016

Salvationism

What are the features of The Salvation Army that stand distinct from sister denominations and other Christian families? The answer is often expressed in that quite wonderfully evocative word, “Salvationism.”

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01 May 2016

The Salvation Army in Cuba

In 1918, Cuba and the United States were political allies. Trade between the two countries flourished. Guantanamo Bay had already been leased to the U.S. as part of the Platt

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01 May 2016

A pathway of hope

Two women tell their stories. Audree Weirick had always worked and supported her two children, but last year, a bad car accident left her with failing health and a limited

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01 May 2016

A Music Ministry

On a warm Saturday night in February, the lights dimmed inside an auditorium in Miramar, Havana, Cuba. Melodious sounds filled the air. As the audience listened to The Salvation Army’s

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01 May 2016

‘Beautiful’ Outside and Inside

Hours before their historic concert in Cuba, members of The Salvation Army’s New York Staff Band (NYSB) traded their brass instruments and uniforms for paintbrushes and T–shirts. Joining them was

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01 May 2016

‘The Glory Shop’ launches in Times Square

The 2002 Territorial Arts Ministry (TAM) Conservatory had a profound influence on the life of young Olivia Munn. During that weeklong event, she accepted Christ as her Savior. And the

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01 May 2016

one stitch at a time

Massillon, Ohio, Combats Human Trafficking Massillon, Ohio, with its tidy homes and midwestern charm, could easily serve as a set for the movie “Pleasantville.” The blue–collar folks who live there

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01 May 2016

No Longer a Slave

I have always been intrigued by the existence of human trafficking in our world. I’ve often wondered, how could such a heinous crime be so prevalent in a world that

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