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NEW Digital Magazine: War Cry Online
People open to change and growth share their stories in the latest edition of “War Cry Online”:
- A lonely 16-year-old prays for someone special to enter her life
- A former Taliban warrior decides to save lives rather than take them
- A registered nurse finds a way to use her experience to serve the Lord
- A mother calls for boys to be shaped into men of character
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‘Mother-Figure’ To Memphis Kroc Kids
Maggie Robinson has a big family. Besides her four sons, “Miss Maggie” is the self-appointed mother-figure to literally hundreds of children and teens attracted to activities at the Memphis Kroc Corps Community Center (Tennessee).
Her introduction to the Army bagan under the ministry of Brigadier Gertrude Perdue (OF) back in the turbulent 1960s. Despite the prevalent racism she encountered, she and her four sons felt “right at home” and “welcomed” at The Salvation Army’s Southside Corps. [...]
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Emily Debnar is an amazing young lady with a “can do” attitude. Her love for music has propelled her to try a number of instruments, and the teen is making admirable progress on each.This boundless optimism is all the more remarkable, given the iRony we are about to learn. [...]
Community Care Recipient Comes Full Circle
You’ve heard the old adage, “What Goes Around Comes Around.” Well, Judie’s story is a case in point. Judie Price was a resident of the Avante Nursing Home in Lake Worth Florida. [...]
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