General Linda Bond's visit to The Salvation Army's India South Western Territory was a time of great celebration and spiritual challenge.
A time of great celebration for The Salvation Army in Indonesia has been closely followed by flooding and landslides which have led to significant damage and loss of life.
Since 1 January 2011, scores of Salvation Army territories, commands and regions have been praying as part of the Global Call to 24/7 Prayer – A Day and Night Cry for Justice.
Turkana, in North West Kenya, remains the major focal point for The Salvation Army Kenya West Territory’s drought response activities.
Nearly 700 Haitian students started the school year in newly repaired Salvation Army school buildings.
The Salvation Army's Kenya East Territory has begun a three-month famine relief programme in Isiolo District.
Norway Salvationists have been a comforting presence in public displays of remembrance for victims of a a bombing and mass shooting.
The first Salvation Army officers appointed to the west African country of Togo have arrived.
The Salvation Army in Australia has launched a high-end commercial law firm to raise money for a humanitarian service that provides legal advice and representation to people in need.