Working in the Warehouse

by Major Jose Gonzalez September 11, 2001, not only changed our nation, it changed me. I had the opportunity to ...

Summer in the city

New mission team explores social justice by Cadet Melissa Christiansen Though Summer Mission Teams (SMT) were not able to travel ...

Youth music groups release new project

This fall the Central Territory’s youth music groups (Territorial Youth Band, Territorial Youth Chorus and Territorial Worship Collective) are releasing ...

Expect more

by Lt. Colonel Patty Richardson Territorial Racial Diversity and Inclusion Secretary To say this last year and a half has ...

Hundreds ride for a reason

Routed along the scenic shores of Lake Michigan, the Sheboygan, Wis., Corps’ annual Salvation Ride invites cyclists to “Ride for ...

A sacred responsibility

by Major David Dalberg On September 11, 2001, my wife and I were serving as national disaster service coordinators. When ...

His grace is sufficient even for this

by Lt. Colonel James Nauta I remember clearly that fateful day 20 years ago—September 11, 2001—being at National Headquarters in ...

How to start a Hispanic ministry

Start with awareness. Lean into the Holy Spirit’s leading and take note of your neighbors— who they are and how ...

Compassion Under Fire

Within a half hour of the first plane hitting the North Tower of the World Trade Center, Salvation Army canteens ...

Norridge Citadel transforms summer Sundays

Summer at the Norridge Citadel, Ill., Corps this year brought a series of events designed to engage its members and ...