Meet Elijah Cadman

At the age of six, Elijah Cadman—an unusually small boy and the youngest of five—became a chimney sweep. He began his day’s work at four in the morning and was forced to climb inside chimneys to remove soot, dirt, ash and dust until he was 13, when a law was passed that prevented boys from […]

Confronting Forgiveness

Philemon 1:4-214I always thank my God as I remember you in my prayers, 5because I hear about your faith in the Lord Jesus and your love for all the saints. 6I pray that you may be active in sharing your faith, so that you will have a full understanding of every good thing we have […]

Meet George Scott Railton

George Scott Railton was one of the most unique personalities to ever help shape the character of The Salvation Army. The son of a Methodist minister, both of his parents died from fever when he was 15. He worked on his own in London, seeking something that was more like the old Methodism of John […]

Tri-City P&PN Photodoc and Report

Friday’s Prayer & Praise Night at the Tri-City Corps was awesome! Over 190 youth came from Aurora, Templo Laramie, Des Plaines, Englewood, Evanston, Hammond-Munster, Irving Park, LaVillita, Mayfair, Mt. Greenwood, Norridge, Oakbrook Terrace, Rockford Temple, Tri-City and the CFOT. The worship service was the first Prayer & Praise Night of the 2007-2008 school year and […]

Meet Catherine Bramwell-Booth

Born 20 July 1883 and dedicated to God by her grandfather, William Booth, Catherine Bramwell-Booth (first child of Bramwell and Florence Booth) lived a life that had a powerful influence on the world around her. From her childhood Catherine was involved in the ministries her parents led for The Salvation Army, being taken with them […]