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A Healing Place

A Healing Place

The Salvation Army and an Indigenous correctional facility partner to restore women’s lives.

Our Priority … the People!

Our Priority … the People!

Partners in Mission spotlights Latin America North Territory.

Opinion & Critical Thought

Rising from the Ashes

Rising from the Ashes

The journey to Easter begins on Ash Wednesday.

How Beautiful

How Beautiful

Bringing good news through the Partners in Mission campaign.

Territorial News

Salvation Army Thrift Stores Pass Christmas Donation Goal

National Recycling Operations raises more than $160,000 in 2015.

Booth University College Announces Appointment of Next President

Booth University College Announces Appointment of Next President

Dr. Marjory Kerr to become fifth president of Booth, effective July 1, 2016.

International News

Video Shows Salvation Army Refugee Response in Norway

Video Shows Salvation Army Refugee Response in Norway

Raufoss Corps provides assistance and a place of community for refugees and asylum seekers.

General’s Visit to India a Time of Joy, Challenge

General’s Visit to India a Time of Joy, Challenge

Thousands gather to worship and praise God as General André Cox encourages Salvationists to tell the world how they have been transformed by God.

Faith & Friends

It Takes Two

It Takes Two

I was disappointed when my husband spent his day off doing chores instead of being with me. But was I any better?

Life Changer

Life Changer

Years of abuse led Jay Kivell down the path of drug addiction. But a new life was waiting for him.