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Sep 15, 19
Intermountain
This past Sunday we had one student from the Christian University coming to our service and during the altar call she came up front and asked for prayer. So far we have had four students visiting our Sunday program. Our message was on how Paul faced hardships and never gave up on his walk with the Lord. God is able to break the chains of stress, depression of sin that keep us in bondage, He will break the chains when we reach out to Him and ask for his help. Paul gave the example when he met with the elders in Miletus and shared with them that they will not see his face again. Nevertheless, Paul press on and gave us the promise that "we can do all things through Christ , who strengthen us" we had a precious time of prayer worship. Major Julio Vasquez, Major Karen Vasquez
Sep 15, 19
ARCC
Guadalupe A. came to the Pasadena ARC on March 11, 2019 seeking assistance for his substance abuse. Guadalupe was an excellent beneficiary whom everyone supported and encouraged during his time here! He received the Extra Mile and WTA Awards and always received many positive accolades for helping new beneficiaries in the program as well as "having a positive attitude, regardless of what is going on." Guadalupe grew emotionally and spiritually while at the Pasadena ARC and his relationship with God grew tremendously as shown by his concern and care for others. Captain Regina.Verdugo, Captain Victor.Verdugo, Christa Chiricaco, Jennifer Hall, Paula Ibarra
Sep 15, 19
ARCC
Quiet week at The Fresno Arc , we welcomed back our beloved Lieutenants Butlers from their week Vacation In San Diego. Getting ready for our Big Community Wide Block Party on September the 28th!! Judy Blowers, Lt. Jennifer Butler, Lt. LeeVale Butler
Sep 15, 19
California South
The Anaheim Red Shield was excited to host our Fall "Sneak Peek" afternoon on Friday, Sept. 13th. We welcomed families from the school across the street to visit the Red Shield to find out about new Fall programs, get a coffee, learn about Fall Launch (Rally Day) and have their cars washed (a Men's Fellowship Fundraiser). It was a great afternoon of connection with the community. One special interaction was one of our seniors came to have her car washed, sharing that as she cares for her husband with Alzheimer's, the Red Shield offers her a break and she enjoys the friendships. She was grateful for the car wash, saying regular chores are harder to manage now as she cares for her husband. We celebrate a great afternoon of connection and outreach to our community. Captain Allison, Captain Ryan
Sep 15, 19
California South
Yesterday we got to fellowship with two different ministries from California South. Some people brought new folks and it was amazing to see God’s children worshipping, eating, and praying together. The best part is that some of those guests were completely new but they felt comfortable enough to participate and that was such a blessing to witness. Angel Amezquita, Cassandra Amequita, Eduardo Lechuga, Gabriela
Sep 15, 19
ARCC
This week we held our final Graduation and a celebration banquet before closing our ARC. 15 men graduated and we hosted nearly 160 guests and Alumni who all came to share their love and gratitude for all God has done in the Sacramento ARC. 17 of our men have transferred to other ARCs to finish their program. Please be in prayer for them - ask God to tangibly show Himself to them as they continue their journey as Beneficiaries. We know they can finish the Program as VICTORS if they remain laser focused on Christ! What a privilege it has been to be part of this ARC... Major Ron Fenrich, Major Ronalee.Fenrich
Sep 15, 19
Del Oro
We had a new family come to church on Sunday. The Sunday service was done by Major James Sullivan and was a wonderful time. Lt. Travis Yardley
Sep 15, 19
Intermountain
In our Sunday service we discussed our personal responsibility as living sacrifices in Romans 12:1-8. We reviewed how Paul used the concept of the human body to teach how Christians should live and work together. Just as the parts of the body function under the direction of the brain, so Christians are to work together under the command and authority of Jesus Christ. In our prayer and testimony time clients were thankful for the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ in their lives. Captain Eric Wilkerson, Captain Willie Bland
Sep 15, 19
ARCC
The Bakersfield ARC Alumni Banquet, "Red Carpet of Recovery," on Saturday was enjoyed by all. Our guest speaker, Avery Chamlis, tied a message of spiritual recovery into his personal testimony in such a way that every ear could hear and God was glorified. Men and women leaving the venue commented on an enjoyable celebration, good to see so many standing during the count down, and the honorees were all very deserving (and surprised!). Of the Beneficiaries in attendance one young man exclaimed, "I had no idea! Such a large crowd all from the ARC, I really do have a big support group I can call on. I can't wait to be an Alumni next year at this event!" Another gentlemen, "What restoration to my confidence to know I CAN be a part of something greater than myself, someone better than who I was!" Lt. Edith.Dye-Mabie, Lt. Richard.Mabie, Sharon Seuga
Sep 15, 19
ARCC
"My name is Wesley and I am an overcomer...This program has taught me more than just how to live a sober life. It has shown me the promise of eternal life through Christ Jesus. I have come to know that without God I can do nothing. My WTA (work therapy assignment) has given me the opportunity to develop new skills and to work on my character defects...It's not an easy program but it is worth finishing what we started." Major Tammy Larson, Martha Mount
Sep 15, 19
Northwest
this last week, our entire social services team went to the divisional social services conference and really had a good time. They are excited about implementing Pathway of Hope, the new data base system, and had to put the de-escalation training to work within two days of coming back! We also sent a team to the Orange Tour and now we are fired up about combining Orange with our Pathway of HOpe program. Time to get to work! Ernie Ouellette, Major Donald Sheppard, Major Erica Yang, Major Martha Sheppard
Sep 15, 19
California South
God is doing his work at the Congregation’s life and we continue trusting in Him. Our Corps Council is willing and supporting the merge to Santa Ana. They are positive that what ever God Lear us is for good. God bless you all Major Carlos, Major Rosa
Sep 15, 19
Northwest
36 in our house today. Our corps worship team is growing and getting younger. We are making ways to see how we can connect the guys from our new ARP to our corps. We have many that have made the connection to our corps through music, bible study and fellowship. We are continuing to grow as a family at our corps. Captain Christopher Kim, Captain Eunha Kim
Sep 15, 19
Intermountain
We are excited that many of our programs have started back up for this new year. We pray that our interaction, and communication with these individuals and families be Godly, and bear much fruit for the Kingdom. Lieutenant Grant Hall, Lieutenant Mandy Hall
Sep 15, 19
ARCC
This past week we were blessed with 2 graduations, along with 2 Kingsmen present the devotional on Tuesday and Thursday during morning prayers. Four men and one woman made first time decisions for Christ in the service yesterday. Major Stratton introduced a new series "But now I see" speaking of remorse and repentance and God's forgiveness drawing from the life of Judas and Peter in Luke 22. Major Courtney Stratton was involved with two major networking opportunities both on 9/9/19 and Sunday afternoon while our intake office met various probation offices, churches, and non-profits to specifically bring greater awareness of our women's program. In all, God is on the move at the Phoenix ARC. Lt. Col. Joseph Posillico, Major Courtney Stratton, Major Darren Stratton
Sep 15, 19
California South
We had a great Sunday! Lieutenant David Cain’s message was about "There is a Gorilla in the Room" with the scripture based on 1 Samuel 3:1-10. sometimes we are so focus on the wrong stuff that we don’t recognized that God is in the room & we don't hear Him. God loves us & we need to listen to him. Last Monday, was our men's fellowship football & devotion night & they had a great turn-out. Saturday, our Women's Ministries & men fellowship had a rummage sale & lunch to help raise money for men’s camp. We made 89 lunches for the kids for the weekend. The women's ministries group made care bags for the fire department. Jen Liggett, Lt. David, Lt. Kelly, Patty Ferguson
Sep 15, 19
California South
This past week, the Murrieta Corps hosted its first annual Golf Tournament that was a success. Our Young Adults also attended the Young Adult Retreat at Joshua Tree National Park. It was an amazing experience and enjoyed our time. John Birks, Mysti Birks, Priscilla Gutierrez
Sep 15, 19
ARCC
This past Saturday the San Francisco ARC had its Alumni Banquet, graciously hosted at the Kroc Center. We had over 200 in attendance including current beneficiaries, alumni and Women's Auxiliary members. It is an opportunity to celebrate all God has done and will continue to do in the life of this Center. Our speaker was one of San Francisco's own, Lt. Jen Liggett. She shared her own journey to surrender and restoration, complete with then and now photos, her Intake photo from years gone by and her Commissioning photo. These events provide encouragement, strength and hope to our current beneficiaries, providing some with that little boost they need to stay for just one more day...and then He sends encouragement for them to stay the next day after that. Gary Smith, Major Darren.Trimmer, Major LeAnn.Trimmer
Sep 15, 19
Intermountain
We had the opportunity to bless 125 individuals with a backpack and supplies that are enrolled in our local Community College, Alternative Schools, and ESL adult students. We were able to inform these students about our other programs, and shared volunteer opportunities. Captain Rob Lawler, Captain Tiffany Lawler
Sep 15, 19
Northwest
Our monthly Senior Lunch - Hosted by our Home League was attended by over 80 Seniors. A Jazz ensemble played for the meal and birthdays for the month were recognized. On Sunday we had a reception after church to welcome our new Youth Coordinator! We are excited about this addition to our team! Chrissy brings a passion for leading youth in their developing relationship with Christ. Captain Julie Feist, Major Larry Feist
Sep 15, 19
Northwest
Last week I met with a client to help break her lease. She is experiencing a domestic violence situation with the father of her two children. In order to provide safety for her family, she sought our services to help her legally break her lease due to DV. We worked together to create that document for her landlord, and she is now able to leave her current apartment and find a safe location to move her family into. Ciara Murphy, Ginan Fayed, Libby Nelessen, Lila Ghising, Major Tory Ross, Megan Roake, Robby Blood, Rosa Hurtado, Shalene McNeese, Taylor Kobayashi, Vi Phan
Sep 15, 19
Northwest
A veteran came to ask for help to clean his house. A few volunteers and I went to help him clean for a half day. The gentleman was very pleased and very grateful with our CCM assistance. Captain Demetrio Villarreal, Captain Magda Villarreal
Sep 15, 19
Intermountain
Up to date in 2019, Loveland SE Center has provided rent assistance to 144 families with total of 313 household members. Follow up survey shows that 90.5% of assisted households were able to keep their home for at least six months to a year. Here is the testimony from one of them, “Thank you so much for helping me out with my rent. It was greatly appreciated. May God bless you and the work that you do. Thank you. Barbara L.” Danielle Maldonado, Olga Duvall
Sep 15, 19
Northwest
There are now 40.3 million victims of human trafficking globally. We educated ourselves about this subject and challenged ourselves to DO SOMETHING locally about trafficking in Helena and the state of Montana. We prayed and declared to find ways to be part of the solution. Helena and Great Falls also met for an AMZING TIME OF UNITED WORSHIP that evening which was topped off with a full BBQ and SMORES around the fire pit. We were blessed to have good fellowship and worship with the Kings! Major Lawry Smith, Major Philip Smith
Sep 15, 19
Golden State
The Harbor House is enjoying a significant jump (~10%) in successful exits to permanent housing. 74.3% of our families are moving from homelessness to permanent housing. Jonathan Blackman Captain Darrell Williamson, Major David Pierce, Major Michelle Pierce
While the week proved challenging with some employees home ill, others with issues in their families, and some ARP beneficiaries deciding to leave the program, God prevailed and we ended the week strong and praising the Lord! New men in the program, employees back to work feeling better and a new perspective on what God is doing in ABQ! We ended Sunday with an "Appreciation BBQ" for Store Managers and Supervisors at the Quarters! Way too much food but lots of fellowship and appreciation for those the Lord has given us in this Ministry to win the lost for Christ and change lives - one at a time, one day at a time! Captain Deborah Breazeale, Captain Dwaine Breazeale, Morgan Patterson
Sep 15, 19
ARCC
Last week we welcomed 10 men into our Stockton Family from the closure of The Sacramento ARC. Our men have been praying for the men and staff as this center is closing and were very excited to welcome their new brothers into our family. We did a welcome BBQ and played some minute to win it games. What A Mighty God We Serve!!!! Edward Carlos, Major Nathalie Young, Major Sylvan Young, Teresa Santillan
Sep 15, 19
Northwest
What a wonderful and blessed week it has been! The weather is starting to turn colder. the leaves are starting to change. Kids are back in school. And the Sun is headed south along with the birds for the winter. We are looking forward to the Kettle Season, but please keep Lewiston in Prayer. We have recently lost two large stores that we rang bells at, but also this leaves our community with many who are now jobless. please pray that they will be able to find an effective employment to meet the needs of them and their families! We had a wonderful Spirit-led Worship service yesterday! It was wonderful to be back from furlough and worship and fellowship with our Lewiston Family! Lt. David Aycock, Lt. Joleen Aycock
Sep 15, 19
Golden State
It is amazing to me to watch the faces of the Collage Kids when they volunteer for Outreach. Their faces rotate from sympathy to horror, at some of the Homeless peoples conditions, to grateful when they are able to serve them a meal and a hygiene kit with socks. Amazing happens when they see how grateful the Homeless are for such little things that are basic needs that we take for granted. The Lord is Good! Amen! Capt. Darrell Williamsom Captain Darrell Williamson, Major David Pierce, Major Michelle Pierce
Sep 15, 19
Intermountain
Housing Now recently housed a family who was previously living in their car way up in the mountains because of the safety they felt it provided. Due to where they were staying, the family often did not have phone/internet service however had a goal of securing housing before the children began school. With the support of Housing Now and the motivation and commitment of the family, they signed a lease just weeks before school started for the year. Their new place is near the schools where the children attend and all of the children are now enrolled and participating in many after school sports. The children say they are enjoying being active and part of a team once again. Kathy Mulloy, Kristen Baluyott
Sep 15, 19
Intermountain
The Service Extension Unit for Baca County provides food for a children's summer food program with the local school. The number of participants vary, but they feed, at least, dozens of children or, at most, more than a hundred children per week. If it were not for this program, many children would miss a meal and be hungry. Carmen Lawson, Danielle Maldonado, Jasel Cantu, Kent Sailsbery
Sep 15, 19
Northwest
We had a good morning of worship. Captain Jonathan Harvey worshipped with us. Major Dianne Jiminez, Major Ralph Jiminez
Sep 15, 19
Intermountain
We had a great week as we prepped and for Troops kick off and had our first Harvest Party! The weather was perfect and 45 people came out to enjoy the fun! It was such a great opportunity to meet our neighbors, talk about our church and kids programs and enjoy fellowship! We are excited to see how the Lord uses these outreach events to build His Kingdom in Cheyenne! Julio Perez, Lieutenant Chad Lamb, Lieutenant Mistie Lamb
Sep 15, 19
Southwest
This week we had an amazing meeting with our Mayor Ken Miyagishima. Not only does he support the Armys work here he is always willing to help. He has agreed to bell ring, give our toy cruise a police escort once again thru all of Las Cruces and once he realised we had been feeding the Asylum seekers since April he will be awarding us the highest award he gives. The Distinguished Service Award. We are honored as we continue to feed 3 times a day, 7 days a week Gods people. We are still serving Las Cruces Heart to God, Hand to Man. Captain Michael Evans, Captain Noel Evans
Sep 15, 19
Northwest
Fellowship and making memories was the theme of this week here in Puyallup. Our Corps has had a Corps Camping trip scheduled for a few months and we were off to the Camp Grounds this weekend. 25 corps members were in attendance and the rest of our corps was blessed here at The Church building by a message given from our Corps Sgt Major. Our annual Corps camping trip was a great time of fun as we laughed, played games, sat around the fire and sang songs and ate smores and snacks. We did get rained out on Sunday morning which interrupted our Holiness service, but we all joined together to have a fellowship meal at a local Denny's where we prayed and sang in the restaurant. What a witness we were for God that morning as other diner attendees smiled, prayed with us and enjoyed or united church praise and worship. Captain John Kelley, Captain Kyna Kelley, Lt. Kabrina Hall
Sep 15, 19
Golden State
South of Market Corps is grateful to God for a very spiritual and mission oriented Corps Cadet Retreat this weekend at Camp Redwood Glen. On Saturday, our brigade took the Gospel to the homeless in Santa Cruz. We enjoyed divine appointed conversations with people on the street. When witnessed another brigade worshiping God with a homeless woman singing, ”I can only imagine” (using an iPhone for back up music). She was singing with them. Glory to God. We also give thanks God for our Divisional Commanders Majors Darren and Mary Norton, Captains David and Sharon Kim, Xavier Wong, and Kyle Santiago for their obedience to the Holy Spirit for this wonderful weekend. Praise the Lord! Captain Mark Czanderna, Captain Sherry Czanderna
Sep 15, 19
Northwest
Our corps family had a wonderful time worshiping and fellowshiping with the good folks in Helena on Sunday evening. Major Phil blessed us with an amazing sing-a-long time that was like a trip down memory lane and Major Mark spoke on temptation. We had a delicious BBQ dinner and topped the evening off with s’mores around the fire. We are so blessed to be a part of the family of God and to experience the community found in The Salvation Army! Captain Monica King, Major Mark King
Sep 15, 19
Northwest
After church on Sunday we were blessed to celebrate a soldier’s 90th Birthday. It was a blessing to hear about the legacy her faithfulness to the Lord has produced in the lives of family and friends. Captain Susan Cassin, Major Bill Lum, Major Joy Lum
Sep 15, 19
US West THQ
As a way to reward our students hard work upon the completion of a bible course, we send them a reading book of different topics and stories to show how God does great things in all of our seasons. The book we sent this student was “Reflections Through the Window” by Ron Sharp with Michael Clark. He shares his testimony upon reading the book, and a prayer request. Testimony: “This was a very good reading book Thank you and send more. I could relate to a lot that was said in his testimony as like me it took me till I was 57 to completely surrender everything to God. And only then He began His good works in me, and I am not the same person. Amen.” Prayer Request: “That all who are in prison find God or at least allow God to call one from the darkness into his glorious light. Amen.” Abel Gomez, Carl Esquivel
Sep 15, 19
Alaska
After a recent death in the community, some new believers were struggling with understanding a God who could let that happen. This week they returned to worship. We rejoiced with them and had special prayers together afterwards. Major Catherine Quinn, Major John Quinn
Sep 15, 19
Southwest
The young adults are continuing on our Spiritual Formation track. Everyone is very excited to continue to grow in their walk with Christ. Everyone is currently working on developing their Rule for Life. Through this exercise, some of the young adults have determined areas in their lives that they can further cultivate for God's glory. Captain Stacy Antonovich, Lt Jayerica Tumale
Sep 15, 19
Southwest
We were able to partner with several local churches at a three-day open-air called "The Gig". Our worship team played all three nights, people were fed a meal, the gospel was preached, and people saved! Captain Jonathan Woolin, Captain Niki Woolin
Sep 15, 19
ARCC
Dylan K’s wife has suffered serious medical issues. Through his addiction, he hasn’t been able to be there for her or handle the situation. But he got sober and started to help her. He accepted Christ as his Savior and started leaning on Him. Then healing happened with his wife. He can’t stop praising God. His wife accepted Christ a few weeks ago. As he says, “Life is good. And so is our God.” Major John Desplancke, Major Linnea Desplancke
Sep 15, 19
California South
God, is great! Every single day to our Compton Corps. We are bless with our congregation because they have been very supportive through the changes. The Young adults went to the Young adult retreat while, the teens stay and had fun on the youth Friday night. The home league had their class, the mens group also had their class. while Captain Anna took over sunbeams and explorers. Alexander Williams, Anna Williams, Perla Salvador
"I am the person in the story," said Jessica, after our CDA AllStaff Celebration. "I came out out of an abusive relationship with 2 children...I have been hovering close to homelessness, but have found family - and a future here at the Kroc. I have now finished my education and teach others including special needs and those with autism- swimming and life skills. I was saved-and what I teach saves lives as I pass it forward. I recently was offered a position at another location, and yet... I am just so in love with my family here!" Major Don Gilger, Major Ronda Gilger, Randy Colbert
Sep 15, 19
Southwest
Several families are spending time enjoying recreational activities together. This weekend they attended a local basketball game and shared fun times. Having a balanced life is important, and parents that spend time with their kids participating in fun activities is wonderful for them all. Angela Kirkpatrick
Sep 15, 19
Cascade
The Salvation Army Church Of Lane County started back up Kids’ Club this week! There are five young ladies that aged up from Sunbeams to Girl Guards, & the Sunbeams still have a lot of girls! The Explorers continue to have a bunch of boys, & the Rangers are holding steady. Thank You, God, for troops! Wednesday Bible Study finished up I & II Thessalonians with Olive Wild leading with the book of Ruth waiting in the wings. Sunday Worship was lovely with Lt. Walter helping us consider Matthew 13 & the dirt the farmer placed the seeds in & how we may grow & point folks to God because it is all about Him. Major John Tumey, Major Sabrina Tumey, Robin Kaptain, Walter Kaptain
Sep 15, 19
Northwest
The joy of avoiding an eviction from your landlord is real. We experienced two of our clients who were at the verge of losing their apartment, and we stepped in and provided rental assistant just when they badly needed it the most Fidelis Temukum, Lauren Ziegler, Shaun Jones
Sep 15, 19
Hawaiian and Pacific Islands
A single mother and her teenage daughter were finally given a home of their own. After being assisted by Family Promise and sleeping at various faith-based facilities on Oahu for two and a half months, this family has signed a lease to their own apartment and has received their own keys just three days ago! The mom is still taking it all in as she is glad to finally be settled. It is a blessing to serve these families and we thank God for that! Anna Stone, Edee Yuen
Sep 15, 19
ARCC
The ARC band was invited to lead the praise and worship music this last Sunday at the Santa Clara Corps. This was a blessed event for the ARC men and for the Corps. We have a wonderful relationship with both the Santa Clara Corps and the San Jose Corps. Major Dan Williams, Major Kim Williams
Sep 15, 19
Intermountain
We here at the Greeley Corps we’re beyond bless to have a gentleman join us yesterday for our service, as he use to attend here as a child. He hasn’t been here since 1971, and he was greatful that we welcomed him as if he was never gone. He then wanted to know what all programs we have so that he might be able to attend when he can as he lives about 30 minutes away. Lieutenant Randy Stokes, Lieutenant.Jamie Stokes
Sep 15, 19
California South
During Sunday School we learned about how Joseph went to prison for something he did not do, and yet God was with him and he was faithful to God in the midst of struggle. A boy in the class opened up that his dad was in prison, and asked if God was with him, I shared with the boy the wonderful truth that God still loves his dad, and has not forgotten him, that he is available to each of us no matter where we are or what challenges we face. A sense of relief and hope washed over his face, and we prayed in that moment for people in prisons and for the boys father and for each child at Sunday School. I think this is how we grow the saints, one revelation, one prayer, at a time. Dave Shull, Lt. Brandon, Lt. Monica, Michele Grosskrueger, Regina Shull
Sep 15, 19
Intermountain
We've been so pleased to have a number of new and returning corps members in the past few weeks. For three weeks now, we've had a client from family services join us on Sunday morning. He is still navigating appropriate boundaries in this Sunday setting, but we're hopeful that he can find fruitful fellowship here with us. This week, we had a gentleman stand at the back door of the building for the entire service. He didn't want to come in and be a distraction (he was very sneezy that morning, apprently!) but he stayed and listened to the duration of the meeting and was very kind each time I spoke to him. Pray for our corps as we navigate these new, and sometimes challenging, relationships. Lieutenant Claire O'Brien-Hawk, Lieutenant Lincoln Hawk
Sep 15, 19
Golden State
Recovery Wellness Services Harbor Light Detox. Had a great week. We see how God is working in our Participants lives every day. We are so blessed to be a part of this amazing program. Rebecca Mahoney. Captain Darrell Williamson, Major David Pierce, Major Michelle Pierce
Sep 15, 19
Intermountain
The Service Extension Unit in Vernal is providing assistance for a family of five who has fallen on hard times. The mother was unemployed for a while and just started a new job, but she has not received her first paycheck yet so she was not able to pay for both food and groceries. Thanks to the Vernal Unit, the family will not be evicted, and they have enough food to last until pay day. Carmen Lawson, Danielle Maldonado, Jasel Cantu, Kent Sailsbery
Sep 15, 19
Intermountain
We were very excited to announce the kickoff of our new Friday night Youth Group Axios 10:4! We look forward to sharing the word and helping our youth grow spiritually. Captain Betzy Hanson, Captain Douglas Hanson, Lashan Harrison
Sep 15, 19
ARCC
our Kingsmen came up with the idea to reach out to those who are living on the street. An innovative idea that was thought up by them is to go and talk to those who are still suffering on the streets and pass out scriptures on bags with bandaids in them. We hope that God continues to use them to show his unfailing love. Kenneth Yoshikawa, Lynn Maeda, Major John Greholver, Major Lynda Greholver
Sep 15, 19
Northwest
We had an amazing week last week; the 'United Way Day of Caring' had 10 volunteers from Microsoft (Issaquah - Customer Service Dept.) come and help sort, organize, and assemble furniture. The volunteers purchased and donated plastic bins for sorting and organizing and shelving which they assembled for our units and storage. A big "THANK YOU" to Microsoft and United Way. Carmen McRoy, Ciara Murphy, Major Tory Ross, Nicole Hollingsworth
Sep 15, 19
Intermountain
Sunday we had a special event and outreach. "Between Sundays" an outreach Worship Team came and led us in worship. We promoted it as a Hot Dog Feed and Concert to those we serve in the Community Breakfast, Family Services and to those who shop at the store. We opened up the windows and doors so that even those who had an aversion to coming in the building could hear the worship and praise, testimonies and preaching. Over 80 came out to the event/Service. The corps members were also blessed to see such a number come, some served and some mingled with the crowd...encouraging them and helping make them feel welcome. Major Dan Wilson, Major Terrie Wilson
Sep 15, 19
Southwest
Sunday Sept. 15th was a beautiful, and blessed day! We here at the Sun Cities Corps. enrolled 6 new Jr. Soldiers into the ranks. We are so excited to watch, and be a part of the growth here in the Southwest Division. God is on the move, Hallelujah! Captain Kathy Merritt, Lt Shannon Brown
Sep 15, 19
Del Oro
This week we started our next cohort of solidership classes. Please keep them in prayer. Lt. Arwyn Rodriguera, Lt. Craig Rodriguera, Mary Rose
Sep 15, 19
Del Oro
We had a great Sunday Service with 115 in attendance. After church we had our first Corps Council of the fall with more than 25 Corps leaders in attendance planning the months ahead. Praise the Lord! Major AnnMarguerite Jones, Major Gwyn Jones
Sep 15, 19
Southwest
It was a hard week here in ABQ, NM. A Corps window was broken with a rock, keys stolen and one of our Vans taken from the parking lot (later discovered 3 1/2 hours away, still waiting to see if drivable); one of our side rooms with exterior access was broken into, another vehicle (Officer's daughter's car) had the back hatch window shattered and hatch door cracked; all on different day. Our CSM, Morgan Patterson, fell at home and was hospitalized for a couple of days, he is home now and was in church on Sunday, PTL! HOWEVER, GOD is on HIS throne, and we will not be defeated! We had great Sunday Services! Our Children's Sunday School classes began and we had kids to teach! Worship service message on "Others over Self " and 14 came to the Altar for prayer! We are blessed in Albuquerque! Captain Deborah Breazeale, Captain Dwaine Breazeale, Morgan Patterson