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We need to be more intentional than ever in reaching out and serving people in need who do not agree with us theologically, even when doing this may not be.

We Need To Be More Intentional Than Ever Before

We need to be more intentional than ever in reaching out and serving people in need who do not agree with us theologically, even when doing this may not be an easy road. Jesus constantly ministered to people regardless of their background; two examples being the Samaritan woman and the lame man at the pool […]

New Hagerstown Salvation Army leaders off and running

New Hagerstown Salvation Army leaders off and running

Captains Jimmy and Ashley Taylor are now serving as corps officers for the Salvation Army in Hagerstown. “We love it. We missed being with the people in the field, being in the trenches, if you will,” said Jimmy Taylor. The Taylor family, including their 8-year-old daughter and 7-year-old son, recently moved to Hagerstown from Alexandria, […]

Canadian Salvation Army officers, General Brian and Commissioner Rosalie Peddle, begin their service as the international leaders of The Salvation Army

Canadian Becomes Salvation Army World Leader

On August 3, 2018, Canadian Salvation Army officers, General Brian and Commissioner Rosalie Peddle, begin their service as the international leaders of The Salvation Army following the retirement of General André Cox and Commissioner Silvia Cox, World President of Women’s Ministries. As General and World President of Women’s Ministries, the Peddles will be based out […]

Salvation Army DMG Grocery Store

The Freshest Ideas Are in Small Grocery Stores

As big supermarkets struggle, a new crop of local grocery stores are innovating to serve niche audiences and advance social causes. Maj. Gene Hogg, the Salvation Army’s commander for central Maryland, organized mobile kitchens after the twin towers fell in Manhattan and the levees broke in New Orleans. He fed protesters and police officers during the […]

Transforming lives through the Salvation Army - Pathway of Hope Program

Transforming lives through the Salvation Army – Pathway of Hope Program

“I wanted to kill myself. I didn’t want to live. Life was that bad. I hated my life, and I was adding two little people to this world.” April Hickman, 37, was pregnant with her daughter Michilee and had a 1-year-old daughter, Marlee. She was trying to escape from a lifetime of family addiction and poverty. […]