The Salvation Army had anticipated that 2020 would be its year to gain a sharper vision of the future. Then COVID–19 happened and the world’s entire socioeconomic landscape suddenly blurred.
Harlem, N.Y., is famous for its history; the social and cultural renaissance of the late 1930s, its role during the civil rights era, and in recent years, its economic boom
In this current COVID–19 environment, even mega churches have shut their doors and the most devout families are sheltering in place on Sundays. This paradigm shift has been a huge
The following excerpts are from statements made by Christian mental health professionals during a recent panel discussion in New York City and with one–on–one interviews with SACONNECTS. They offer heartfelt
Today’s cyber wars include those that involve spreading the gospel to nations where restricted access to internet, radio, and TV is government mandated. So, when Dr. Hormoz Shariat received his
When Robert Doll was a boy, his grandmother told him about the Salvation Army. She also donated about $25 a year and collected the stamps issued in 1965 by the
“Since I was a little girl, I would see the red kettle in front of the grocery store and I would ask my parents, ‘Mom, Dad, what is that all
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During last year’s Old Orchard Beach Camp Meetings in Maine, Commissioner Clive Adams, commander of the Salvation Army’s Sweden & Latvia Territory, moved his audience with a thoughtful message entitled