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

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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

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12 Mar 2021

A record breaker in Cincy

Every year since 1993, the crowds in Cincinnati have converged on the Crib of the Nativity display at Eden Park’s Krohn Conservatory to take in the Christmas spirit and help

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02 Mar 2021

Fighting the war online

Ohio ranks fifth in the country for human trafficking, according to statistics from the National Human Trafficking Hotline. The evil continues during COVID-19 as traffickers have turned to the web

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27 Nov 2020

On his feet again

Chris and Jenny Corcoron want to become Salvation Army officers, but the road has been riddled with obstacles. The largest one happened this year when Chris was diagnosed with a

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11 Nov 2020

Welcome to ‘Dreamsville, USA’

The exploits of The Salvation Army’s World War I donut girls are well-known, but you may have missed the story about some lesser-known Salvationists who fed the troops in Ohio

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19 Oct 2020

Saving the American Dream

Soon after the COVID-19 shutdown early this spring, members of the Salvation Army’s advisory board in Akron, Ohio, saw the ominous clouds of an economic storm gathering. Many businesses across

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16 Oct 2020

Pupils in a pod

During the summer, Brianne Sherman and her 6-year-old son Logan moved from California to Lexington, Ky. Logan loved going to the Salvation Army’s Boys & Girls Club of the Bluegrass

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31 Aug 2020

Stuffing the Bus

COVID-19 has made the start of the 2020-21 school year a strange one. Some kids are returning to their familiar classrooms in person. Others will begin the year virtually. Either

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04 Aug 2020

Church in a box

The “Camp in a Box” initiative was a huge success this summer, but in the early days of COVID-19, The Salvation Army in Marietta, Ohio, offered something called “Church in

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25 Jun 2020

King–sized treats

Nursing homes have truly been the ground zero of COVID–19. In late May, the Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity found that 42 percent of all COVID–19 deaths in the

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10 Jun 2020

Making lemonade—virtually

COVID–19 turned this year into a “lemon” for The Salvation Army in Central Ohio. However, its response was to “make lemonade,” as the saying goes, and they did it virtually.

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