Micro-finance brings respect to women, because husbands now understand how much women can contribute to the household.
From William Booth College getting into the Olympic spirit to an update on the floods, we round up some of the week's top stories from across the UK and Republic of Ireland -- and the world!
Dewdown House Care Home in Weston-Super-Mare won Older People's Service of the year last year. Anne Goodman, Centre Manager, said winning the award hadn't just given the staff a boost but the residents and their families too.
As Glasgow prepares to host one the biggest sporting events in its history, we catch up with Salvation Army sports ministry co-ordinator Bobby Weir.
Julian Brazier, MP for Canterbury and Whitstable, visited a Salvation Army centre on Tuesday last week that is aiding jobseekers on the road to employment.
Major Jane Kimberley (Editor, ‘Salvationist’) asks World President of Women’s Ministries Commissioner Silvia Cox to describe her life and ministry.
From providing relief in flooding to helping a gambling addict on the road to recovery, watch how The Salvation Army has been responding in the UK and Republic of Ireland - and beyond.
A 200-year-old book of lithographs unearthed by a Salvation Army volunteer 15 years ago has helped transform the very shop where it was found.
Volunteers from The Salvation Army have been out in force helping people affected by the floods in the South West and South East of England even as their own homes could be in danger of flooding.
It’s that time of year again when those loved up desperately look for last minute chocolates, flowers or cuddly toys for their partners, where new couples fret about the message a particular gift will send, and where couples with children try not to let their abundant lack of sleep get in the way – yes, it’s Valentine’s Day.