Project WILD

What do hide-and-seek, charades or a field investigation to count insects have in common? They are just a few of ...

Taking the Tetons home

Second all-Salvationist wilderness session inspires and resources by Jerrie Miller According to early American naturalist John Muir, “In every walk ...

Crescendo to a great summer

The Detroit Temple, Mich., Corps hosted the Detroit Crescendo Summer Music & Arts Camp. Crescendo is a nonprofit that offers ...

Western Division camps go on in wake of historic flooding

by Michelle deRusha Western divisional leaders Majors Greg and Lee Ann (Poppy) Thompson drove out to Camp Gene Eppley in ...

Pilgrim Songs: the Chicago Staff Band goes west

by Lt. Colonel Paul Smith The Chicago Staff Band (CSB) embarked on a 10-day tour this May which took them ...

Making new memories in Marshalltown

One year since an EF3 tornado touched down in Marshalltown, Iowa, ripping off the top of the historic court house ...

Echelon Detroit shines light on trafficking

by SharonTatom Garcia Earlier this year, Echelon Detroit shined a light on a serious and pervasive issue often hidden in ...

Building bridges at the College

by Major Karen Johnson In his Christmas message of 1915, General Bramwell Booth is quoted as saying, “Every land is ...

730 and beyond

by Major AmyJo Ferguson It was a Tuesday, and I was supposed to enroll two new members, Stephanie and Robin, ...

Connecting through cars

Classic automobiles are a big deal in Battle Creek, Mich. Local car enthusiasts love to display their antique models, admire ...