26 Jul 2021

Rescued for a Reason

When LaTanya Carter ran away from her Hillside, N.J., home at age 13, she had no idea how rocky the road ahead would be. As a juvenile runaway, she was

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27 May 2021

Led Home by Grace

As a young altar boy growing up in Camden, N.J., Brian Shields was introduced to alcohol by a Catholic priest. “We would drink the altar wine,” Brian recalls. “That’s what

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24 May 2021

In the potter’s hand

What makes the Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation (ARC) program so successful? If you ask Don Coombs, director of program development for the Salvation Army’s ARC Command that question, he says

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23 Apr 2021

Ralph and Charlie: preachers on a mission

When Ralph Capoano and Charlie Kerr walk into a Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center, (ARC), they use their credible voices to speak hope and understanding into the hearts and minds

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09 Apr 2021

Breaking Good: From crystal meth to God’s miracle

“I never realized how it was gonna unfold, but my world then came down to nothing,” said Shelly Lynn Peters. “I thought, If I could go back and do life

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14 May 2020

Soldiering on in unity

While many of The Salvation Army’s residential programs have closed because of COVID–19, the “Umoja” initiative at the Cambridge, Mass., Corps remains open. Umoja, a Swahili word meaning unity, is

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