January, 2018

Brainerd Corps a beacon

In the tiny Minnesota town of Brainerd, where poverty is prevalent and resources few, The Salvation Army is a beacon of light where children ...

Creativity abounds in new makerspace

by Samantha Hyde The Fountain Square Corps on Indianapolis’ south side is home to Indiana’s newest makerspace. It’s  the first fully functioning, free makerspace ...

A world full of opportunity

From the Philippines to Zambia and Hungary to locations right across America’s Midwest, more Salvation Army short-term mission opportunities are ...

Sessions and Participants Announced for Online Refugee Summit

London, 24 January 2018/IHQ/ – WITH less than a week to go before the start of The Salvation Army’s Global ...

Banishing the winter blahs

Winter is in the air in Omaha, Neb., where The Salvation Army in partnership with Midtown Crossing, a vast complex ...

Candy Crush can wait!

by Commissioner Heidi Bailey, Territorial President of Women’s Ministries I sat down at Gate 67 in the Kansas City International ...

Making no small plans in Michigan

The Pathway of Hope (POH) initiative has become so vital in meeting needs in the Flint, Mich., area, that the ...

Counterfeiter finds priceless treasure

Unlike the $4.3 million worth of fake money he once printed, Jason Roberts’ freshly-minted faith in Christ is authentic by ...

The General Opens Inspiring Mobilising Exhibition at International Headquarters

London, 18 January 2018/IHQ/ – OPENING a new exhibition of photos in Gallery 101 at The Salvation Army’s International Headquarters ...

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