14 May 2021

Surplus computers get a reboot

One hundred computers once used by municipal workers in Rockland County, N.Y., will soon get a second life in the hands of schoolchildren and seniors attending Salvation Army programs. Rockland

10 May 2021


SAConnects magazine has won six Evangelical Press Association (EPA) awards for the 2020 publishing year. EPA is a professional organization of Christian print and digital publications and the world’s largest

10 May 2021

A garden grows in Clearfield

The community garden at the Clearfield, Pa., Corps is blooming again. Captain Laurie Greenfield, the corps officer in Clearfield, said the garden was closed last year due to COVID-19, but

04 May 2021

Empire cleans up with $2M donation

When a donor offered the Salvation Army’s Empire State Division paper products and cleaning supplies valued at $2 million, Major Leo Lloyd thought the caller was kidding. Nonetheless, the donor,

03 May 2021

Mental Illness: stand with those who suffer

Kay Warren, the co-founder of Saddleback Church in California, told a virtual gathering of Christian journalists that mental health issues will affect one in five adults and children this year.

28 Apr 2021

Not her grace, but God’s

Alex struggled in a pit of despair as she first connected to The Salvation Army Oil City Worship and Service Center’s Pathway of Hope (POH) program. She was fed up,

21 Apr 2021

Fishing in God’s creation

Everyone has that special place to draw near to God. For Major Rob Kramer, it’s when he’s out fishing in his kayak on one of the rivers, lakes or streams

19 Apr 2021

Thrifting for Earth Day

Captain Mark Ferreira is passionate about saving the planet and saving souls for Christ. He gets to do both as administrator of the Salvation Army’s Family Store in Brockton, Mass.

07 Apr 2021

Helping kids survive college

Just about everyone knows the essentials of college life: a grab-and-go breakfast, easy-to-make pasta dinners, and in today’s world, a supply of hand sanitizer. The Salvation Army’s Monessen, Pa., Worship

02 Apr 2021

Food for Holy Week

More than a year after COVID-19 first ravaged the country, people are being vaccinated, slowly returning to work, and receiving government stimulus checks to help recover. Things are looking up,

29 Mar 2021

The face that saves

Isn’t there more to life than basketball? That was a question sports junkie Joseph Marino asked himself in 1973 while watching the NCAA men’s basketball tournament on television. Sports and

26 Mar 2021

Like father, like daughter

As COVID-19 raged last March, Captain Melvin Aleman served the community through the Salvation Army’s Norwalk, Conn., food pantry program. At the end of each day, he would rush home