Need advice? Ask Dear Aunt Sally

Thursday, January 5, 2012
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Do you ever read the “Dear Abby” column in your newspaper?

The popular daily advice column offers short and sweet common-sense answers to questions from readers, most often pertaining to external relationships. Endearing and entertaining, Abby’s advice offers guidance for difficult marriages, troubled parenting, etiquette, and friendships.

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‘War Cry’ Wants Your Feedback

Tuesday, November 29, 2011
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In an effort to improve the publication and to better understand The Salvation Army’s readers, we are working to gauge the demographics and opinions of both readers and non readers alike through surveying. We hope that you’ll take just a few minutes to answer some questions and share your opinion on War Cry. Your answers help us to provide quality publications to our readers.

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Remembering 9/11: War Cry’s September Issue

Friday, September 9, 2011

Have you checked out the newest edition of War Cry, a publication of The Salvation Army?

The powerful September edition is titled What We Learned From 9/11 and includes stories and testimonies from Salvation Army Officers who served on the front lines of need on September 11 and the months following.

Not to be missed:

The Story is of Glory, contributed by Craig H. Evans, Development Director for The Salvation Army of Portland, ME. Craig witnessed the terrorist attacks on September 11 from The Salvation Army’s divisional headquarters in Manhattan. His powerful account of that day is extremely moving. He attributes his team’s coordinated response amid many obstacles to God-given grace and strength.

There is Calvary, an account from Major Molly Shotzberger, Salvation Army Team Leader who worked at Ground Zero. Major Shotzberger writes about the worker who discovered three perfect crosses underneath the rubble of the World Trade Center- and called the site Calvary.

Presence – Read how Lt. Colonel Stephen Banfield, Salvation Army Incident Commander at Ground Zero, came to understand that sometimes the only thing a victim needs is another’s presence. Lt. Colonel Banfield did just that, standing with and comforting victims who were waiting for their loved ones to be discovered from the wreckage.

And much more!

Click Here to read the online articles. To order your subscription to War Cry, visit our website.

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