This is the third year Moving Forward has gathered socks for The Salvation Army’s Louisville Metropolitan Area Command.
The Salvation Army National Capital Area Command was joined by several organizations at the Capitol to unite in prayer and rally against slavery and trafficking.
The Salvation Army in Muskogee, Oklahoma, set out to do something special for men and women who have done something special for their country.
The new corps Silver Bells program intentionally focuses on seniors who are also caregivers to the children we serve.
We pause once again in the busyness of our hectic and frenetic lives to give thanks to God for his wondrous gift.
Whatever you’re doing, wherever you find yourself, regardless of location, circumstances or surroundings, be sure to let the brightness of Christ shine through you.
Like Santa’s elves, Chip Miller of the Kyana Woodcrafters Association has been busy this season.
The Lawrenceville, Georgia, Corps has created a new approach to character-building programs to attract people who are unfamiliar with The Salvation Army.
Leaders agreed that they need to create space and freedom for people to explore a range of relevant issues within their territories and commands.