Message from the Editor
War Cry Online
“Master, carest thou not that we perish?” — Mark 4:38
New Series of Bible Studies!
In, “I Am,” Commissioner William Francis explores the nature of Jesus as described by one who knew Him best—the author of the Gospel of John.
Conclusion: The Alpha and Omega
Jesus is the Alpha and Omega. Read more about how Christ is in the beginning and will be triumphant in the end.. [...]
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Chronicles of Salvation
From Voodoo to Salvation
Read how Major Vilo Exantus found his way out of a childhood immersed in voodoo worship in this month’s issue. [...]
A Most Unlikely World Record
Working to escape a nicotine addiction, Dave Jones took off running every time he wanted to smoke a cigarette. Read how his journey to break a bad habit took an ironic twist in this month’s War Cry. [...]
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Out of the Shadows
A moment of curiosity led Cadet Cassandra Amezquita to become acquainted with The Salvation Army. Now she and her family are dedicating their lives to God: follow her inspiring story in this month’s War Cry. [...]
Their Daughter Was A General
Anna Mae Hays, the daughter of Salvation Army officers Majors Daniel & Mattie McCabe, paved the way for equal treatment of women in the military as the U.S. military’s first female general. Read her incredible story of service as an Army nurse through three bitter wars. [...]
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Kroc Centers — A Look Inside
The San Francisco Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center, rising above the mean streets of the Tenderloin District, is also home to a residential facility. Read how these to ministries are changing lives through their service to the community. [...]
The Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in Camden, NJ is an oasis of spiritual growth and community in one of the most dangerous places in America. This is the last of the 26 Kroc Centers to be built, bringing to a close a nationwide legacy that was Joan Kroc’s dream. Read more [...]
Read 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.