Salvation Army Today, August 1, 2013

Salvation Army Today, August 1, 2013

Featured on Salvation Army Today, August 1, 2013: a Family Store…
August 1, 2013/by agreen
Who Will Be The Next Salvation Army General?

Who Will Be The Next Salvation Army General?

Who will be the next Salvation Army general? The Salvation…
July 29, 2013/by agreen
On This Day In History: Apollo 15 Launched, 1971

On This Day In History: Apollo 15 Launched, 1971

Apollo 15 Launched, 1971: On This Day In History, July 26 In…
July 26, 2013/by agreen
Commissioner George Scott Railton

Commissioner George Scott Railton Dies: On This Day In History, July 19

Commissioner George Scott Railton dies at age 64 "I am going…
July 19, 2013/by agreen
Chemka: A Woman of Substance

Chemka: A Woman of Substance

Hope is a powerful virtue. Opportunity to engender hope in…
July 3, 2013/by agreen

On This Day In History, June 24: William Booth Received by King Edward VII

In 1904, William Booth, founder of The Salvation Army, was received by King Edward VII of Great Britain, the first official recognition by a world leader of the importance of the then–39–year–old movement. When The King asked the General what his recreations were and to sign his autograph album, he wrote: “Some men’s ambition is art. Some men’s ambition is fame. Some men’s ambition is gold. My ambition is the souls of men.”
June 24, 2013/by agreen

On This Day In History June 21: Catherine Booth Made Her Last Public Address

In 1888, Catherine Booth, The Army Mother, made her last public…
June 21, 2013/by agreen

Salvation Army Today: June 20, 2013

This week on Salvation Army Today: The Salvation Army announces…
June 20, 2013/by agreen

Dallas Cowboys Team up with The Salvation Army Waco for West, TX

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June 19, 2013/by agreen

On This Day In History: June 18 Amelia Earhart Honored

In 1928, Aviator Amelia Earhart becomes the first woman to fly…
June 18, 2013/by agreen