From the Front Page of Today’s Wall Street Journal

Along Battered Gulf,Katrina Aid StirsUnintended RivalrySalvation Army Wins Hearts,Red Cross Faces Critics;Two Different MissionsBy CHAD TERHUNE Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL EAST BILOXI, Miss. — The town hall meeting last week started like a church revival, with more than 200 Katrina survivors singing “Amazing Grace” under a big red tent on a football […]


2 Timothy 1:7-8 says: “For God did not give us a spirit of timidity, but a spirit of power, of love and of self-discipline. So do not be ashamed to testify about our Lord…” Just wanted to give you a heads up that tonight at the prayer and praise meeting (7pm Mt. Greenwood Corps) there […]

Poland Official Launch Weekend

23 – 25 September 2005 The Salvation Army will invade Poland—it’s 110th country—this weekend. Newly commissioned Moldovan officers, Captains Andrei & Olga Iniutochkin, will continue Army expansion as they are officially installed on Sunday in Warsaw, Poland. The weekend festivities will feature a Brass Ensemble from the Exeter Corps (United Kingdom) and a Project Warsaw […]


During my freshman year of college I rebelled. Though I was a Christian and many people loved me, I alienated myself from my family, my Christian friends and my church. Isolated from the good influences in my life, I followed my desires while rejecting Christ. I was lonely and played games with Christ; hoping He […]