Tournament of Roses Parade 2015
The parade this year was another winner. The Salvation Army Tournament of Roses Parade Band was one of the largest ever, marched with dignity, energy and strong witness. An anachronism? Not this Salvation Army. Loaded with youth and veterans, they represented us all in this first celebration of the 150th Anniversary of the founding of […]
Church Restructured As An Xtreme Army by William & Catherine Booth
Xtreme sports are a recent invention; however Xtreme church has existed from time to time since the earliest Christ-followers were scattered out of Jerusalem, became extreme, and turned the world u…
Evangeline Cory Booth Spent Her Years for God
It is not how many years we live, but rather what we do with them," said Evangeline Cory Booth. When Evangeline died on this day, July 17, 1950, she had put her 85 own years to good use. The youngest daughter of William and Catherine Booth (found...
B&W photo taken in Juneau, Alaska in 1930 at the Salvation Army Congress. The photo is of the first Girl Guard troop in Alaska performing their Christmas program. Standing with the children in the program are Captain and Mrs. Jackson (far right) and Mrs. Brigadier Lesher (left). They are posing in the manger scene with three wisemen, the baby Jesus and choir in the background. - 1930
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Nov. 1934: B&W photo (poor quality) of the Congress Band, Klawock, Alaska, Nov. 1-8, 1934. The group is standing/sitting in front of living quarters with their musical instruments.