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  • How Does The Salvation Army Reach Millennials?

    It starts with a new strategy to reimagine leadership. January 27, 2021 by Majors Rick and Deana Zelinsky
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    Territorial News
    In the first of a six-part series, Majors Rick and Deana Zelinsky share how The Salvation Army is developing a strategy to reimagine leadership and reach the emerging generation.
  • From Just Existing to Living Again

    After her relapse, The Salvation Army welcomed Lesley back with open arms. January 27, 2021 by Linda Leigh
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    Feature
    “I was humbled when The Salvation Army agreed to walk alongside me in my commitment to wellness and recovery again,” says Lesley, now sober and volunteering at a local mental health agency.
  • “What Josh McCown brings to the table is inarguable,” said Michael Blinn of the New York Post

    More Than a Football Player

    The NFL’s Josh McCown is not getting older, he’s getting better. January 27, 2021 by Jayne Thurber-Smith
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    Faith & Friends
    The Philadelphia Eagles' Josh McCown has relied on his faith to get to where he is today.
  • Team Family

    Consider a new approach to New Year’s resolutions. January 27, 2021 by Captain Bhreagh Rowe
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    Web Exclusive
    What about trying a family resolution this year?
  • Defining Salvation

    It’s in our name, but what exactly does it mean? January 26, 2021 by Donald E. Burke
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    Feature
    As The Salvation Army, yes, we strive to save souls; we cannot compromise on this point. But we also strive to save communities and to reform the world so that it more closely resembles the kingdom of God. This is the “salvation for both worlds” of which William Booth wrote in 1890 and of which Scripture speaks. That—and nothing less—is the mission of The Salvation Army.
  • Patrick Penton

    Complete Surrender

    Cadet Patrick Penton had to give up everything to pursue his passion for officership. January 22, 2021 by Ken Ramstead
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    Feature
    “God has blessed me, so much more than I ever deserved,” he says. “But that can’t compare to the joy I receive when I see someone changed by the power of God.”
  • Eduardo and his family are grateful to The Salvation Army for the help they received

    On-Screen Salvation

    The Salvation Army in Cobourg, Ont., supports newcomers to Canada. January 20, 2021 by Caroline Franks
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    Faith & Friends
    The Salvation Army in Cobourg, Ontario, supports a family of newcomers from Ecuador and helps them adjust to a new life in Canada.
  • Interested in Serving Overseas?

    International Headquarters releases new service opportunities list. January 19, 2021
    Filed Under:
    Territorial News
    The Salvation Army is active in more than 130 countries worldwide. With such a wide scope of ministry, there are many service opportunities for both officers and lay personnel interested in serving overseas. Below is a list of available positions in other Salvation Army territories, prepared by the IHQ personnel department.
  • The Winter of Our Discontent

    We need a spirituality that sustains us through these dark days. January 18, 2021 by Captain Laura Van Schaick
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    Opinion & Critical Thought
    In a wintry season of the soul, when we can’t sense God’s presence or feel spiritual growth within us, it can be helpful to remember the ways God has been there for us in the past, and to trust that God is with us still.
  • The Language of Lament

    We can’t escape grief, pain or suffering—but Scripture gives us a way to respond. January 18, 2021 by Captains Barbara and Mark Stanley
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    Feature
    If we’ve learned anything from the COVID-19 nightmare of 2020, it’s that we can’t escape pain or suffering. This has been a year of suffering on a global scale, a year when we learned the true meaning of lament, described by theologian N.T. Wright as “asking the question ‘why’ in the midst of our suffering and not getting an answer.”