Heart-warming stories of people whose lives and spirits have been changed through Christ.
After going through hardships and rejection from his family, Ray O’Hara thought he was no good. But God is making something beautiful of his life.
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).