January, 2020

Going all in for Jesus

by Melanie Mowers When high school and middle school students gather together for a common goal, united in the gospel, ...

What you don’t need for intercultural ministry

by Captain Shannon Martinez There are many reasons—excuses—we give for not engaging in intercultural ministry. We falsely believe we must ...

A firm foundation

by Lt. Colonel Paul Smith, Assistant Chief Secretary Recently, I had the privilege of participating in a building dedication. That ...

A new day for Women’s Ministries

by Major Jolene Hull While the mission of Women’s Ministries remains the same, today we’re challenged to find ways to ...

HONOLULU: The Salvation Army to provide financial assistance to families affected by Diamond Head incident

HONOLULU (Jan. 24, 2020) – Following the tragic shootings of two HPD officers and the devastating fires that ensued last ...

Music and Arts Festival slated for June

Territory to celebrate Live Music 2020 success This summer the Central Territory will celebrate the  Live Music in Worship in ...

Music and bilingual services prove game-changers for corps

“It’s a glimpse of heaven,” said Lts. Alex and Carolina Yanez, corps officers, of the beautiful intercultural fellowship at the ...

A Conversation about Corps Planting

Last summer Territorial Headquarters (THQ) restructured departments to help achieve the territory’s Mission Imperative of “More People, More Like Jesus.” ...

Aurora Corps breaks ground for new facility

The Aurora, Ill., Corps broke ground on the site for their new corps and community center which will greatly enhance ...

The Walmart Foundation Grants $100,000 to The Salvation Army for Earthquake Relief in Puerto Rico

BENTONVILLE, Ark. – (January 16, 2020) The Walmart Foundation has generously granted The Salvation Army $100,000 in support of earthquake ...

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