Message from the Editor: “Light of the world”
NEW Digital Magazine: War Cry Online
The new issue of “War Cry Online” demonstrates that the bells of good will still ring.
- A chance encounter at a gym prevents a man from taking his own life
- A man addicted to money finds the real pay-off in what God offered him
- Why a young boy whose mother couldn’t afford to buy him a Christmas present
now years later makes it point to contribute to the Army’s Red Kettle
May these and other stories of God’s intervention and the goodwill we share in His name help you know the bells still ring. Subscribe free today!
Check out this ornament activity for children designed to help them understand that invisible gifts, the kind Jesus gives, are the best gifts of all. [...]
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. [...]
Major Donna Leedom needed a kidney. Without a donor, her future was uncertain, to say the least. She was placed on a nationwide list, hoping and praying for a miracle. God sent a miracle, all right—just from an unexpected source. [...]
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.