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|Challenging the Challenges
Mitchell Marcus, a teenage student at Coronado High School in El Paso, Texas, is the team manager for the Coronado Thunderbirds and an avid basketball fan. During the last game of the season…
|Getting Fairly Started
By Warren L. Maye
The Salvation Army’s relationship with the African–American community in the United States began early and enthusiastically rather than later and grudgingly, as was the case with some holiness denominations.
|The Reality of War
By Sandi Michon
War simply defined is “a state or period of armed hostility or active military operations—most often between nations or parties within a nation.” One definition goes even deeper and terms war as…
|What A Difference the Kettle Makes
By Patricia Kelly
I absentmindedly slide the shopping cart with the renegade wheel across the steamy asphalt parking lot. It’s Christmas in Florida. After many years of living here, you’d think I’d be used to it by now: the stifling…
The War Cry:
Each issue of The War Cry, The Salvation Army’s national magazine contains stories about transformed lives in our communities, and articles and profiles that inspire, instruct and encourage readers to grow in mind, body and spirit. The special Christmas and Easter issues reflect the meaning and the beauty of the holidays.