Finding her path

When Katherine Reid and her mom came to The Salvation Army’s Crossroads Shelter in Independence, Mo., it was for a ...

730 and beyond

by Captain Brenna Lee One of my favorite things about being an officer is that every day is different. Each ...

An unexpected honor

Bill Blakemore has served on the advisory board in Jackson, Mich., for more than 12 years. In that time, he ...

Hodders inspire scholarship winners

National leaders Commissioners Kenneth G. and Jolene K. Hodder congratulated the 14 scholarship winners at the 23rd annual D.J.’s Hero ...

“The past does not define us”

by Michelle DeRusha After three stints in prison and many years battling drug and alcohol addiction, LaTosha Bolton is grateful ...

Rising Stars a big success

by Elizabeth Malovance Last year saw the start of a new online music and creative arts festival called Rising Stars ...

Bed & Bread trucks take COVID-19 vaccines to Detroiters

by Jonathan Tostige Ruthberg The Detroit Harbor Light, Central City Integrated Health (CCIH) and the Michigan Department of Health and ...

Advancing racial justice in the Central Territory

by Major Katherine Clausell Displaying courage and conviction last fall, the Central Territory convened a Racial Justice Summit where nearly ...

Ordinary people called to an extraordinary ministry

The Messengers of Grace are ordinary people called to a life of extraordinary ministry, according to Major Brian Davis, College ...

An Army raised up for such a time as this

Soldiers’ Congress renews faith, restores hope and refocuses vision As the world began to emerge from the pandemic, the Central ...