Ferguson Community Empowerment Center

by Sara Johnson Moving into Ferguson, Mo., The Salvation Army has had the privilege to come alongside the community to ...

New ministry in Marquette

by Carol Shoults During the pandemic The Salvation Army has had to discover new ways of conducting ministry and  providing ...

E-learning centers buoy youth and families

by Captain Denesia Polusca It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” This iconic phrase from ...

Keep on living

by Lt. Colonel Barbara Rich, Assistant Territorial Secretary for Program Finally. We’ve made it to 2021. We’ve left last year ...

Springfield ministries flourish despite pandemic

Despite the ongoing challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic, Salvation Army ministries in Springfield, Mo., are remarkably healthy. From their ...

African American Salvationist changemakers you should know

A new online exhibit by the Central Territory Museum features more than three dozen African American Salvationists who have been ...

College changes everything

Christion Johnson, a sophomore majoring in business intelligence and analytics at Concordia University Chicago, has ambitions of opening his own ...

Ministering in a new reality

Before we were commissioned as officers last year, COVID-19 hit. It took us all by surprise and changed our lives. ...

United in purpose

by Major Mary Ann Wood How can a new corps celebrate 125 years of service—let alone during a pandemic? The ...

Prayer boxes provide quiet connection

by Major K. Kendall Mathews Samuel Logan Brengle said, “Real prayer is something more than a form of words, or ...