Heart-warming stories of people whose lives and spirits have been changed through Christ.
John Maxwell found a safe place for those broken and bruised by life at The Salvation Army in Hornby.
At 83, Stan has visited his local pubs and hotels—and, more recently, a couple of mechanics’ garages—with the War Cry magazine for over 50 years.
I was a mess,’ Michael Tomu told fellow graduates of the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Centre in Tonga when he graduated on 24 April.
Mark Brinsdon comes from a long heritage of helping people recover from addictions.
Josiah Foster came to The Salvation Army to learn job skills. He left with not only a job, but a whole new direction in life.
Roy Carley—better known as ‘Cowboy’—has always been a drifter, living hard and drinking even harder. But at The Salvation Army, he finally found a home.
Eighty-year-old Norma Swain has seen miracles happen while raising six children, and being a loving ‘mum’ to hundreds more.
Misi Vemoa and his wife Sheree have just started training to become Salvation Army officers (ministers).
A shy teen found her destiny when she entered a Salvation Army Employment Plus centre.