Annalise Fox and Friends. Interview regarding our work with The Salvation Army in New York City, and her singing career.
Surviving a recession while employed is hard enough. But staying afloat when jobless and with children? Nearly impossible. You might have energy, support, and faith; still, without a job, you soon lose hope. As the name implies, Keep A Job does more than find participants employment. Yes, the program starts with courses, classes, and successful placement. But it also engages the spirits of those who need counseling and support. To foster positive outlooks that lead to greater success at work. Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/SalvationArmyUSA Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/SalvationArmyUS Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/salvationarmyus
Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe debate if Ezekiel Elliott should have been penalized for jumping into the Salvation Army bucket against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and if the NFL should fine him for his actions. SUBSCRIBE to get the latest UNDISPUTED content: http://foxs.pt/SubscribeUNDISPUTED ▶Watch our latest NFL content: http://foxs.pt/NFLonUNDISPUTED ▶Watch our latest NBA content: http://foxs.pt/NBAonUNDISPUTED ▶Watch our latest MLB content: http://foxs.pt/MLBonUNDISPUTED ▶The Herd with Colin Cowherd’s YouTube channel: http://foxs.pt/SubscribeTHEHERD ▶Speak for Yourself’s YouTube channel: http://foxs.pt/SubscribeSPEAKFORYOURSELF See more from UNDISPUTED: http://foxs.pt/UNDISPUTEDFoxSports Like UNDISPUTED on Facebook: http://foxs.pt/UNDISPUTEDFacebook Follow UNDISPUTED on Twitter: http://foxs.pt/UNDISPUTEDTwitter Follow UNDISPUTED on Instagram: http://foxs.pt/UNDISPUTEDInstagram Follow Skip Bayless on Twitter: http://foxs.pt/SkipBaylessTwitter Follow Shannon Sharpe on Twitter: http://foxs.pt/ShannonSharpeTwitter Follow Joy Taylor on Twitter: http://foxs.pt/JoyTaylorTwitter About Skip and Shannon: UNDISPUTED: UNDISPUTED is a daily two-and-a-half hour sports debate show starring Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe, and moderated by Joy Taylor on FS1. Every day, Skip and Shannon will give their unfiltered, incisive, passionate opinions on the biggest sports topics of the day. Should jumping into the Salvation Army kettle result in a fine? | UNDISPUTED https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SrcXoJVH5rY Skip and Shannon: UNDISPUTED https://www.youtube.com/c/UndisputedOnFS1
William Booth -- Salvation Army (1953) William Booth (1829-1912)embarked upon his ministerial career in 1852, desiring to win the lost multitudes of England to Christ. He walked the streets of London to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ to the poor, the homeless, the hungry, and the destitute. Booth abandoned the conventional concept of a church and a pulpit, instead taking his message to the people. His fervor led to disagreement with church leaders in London, who preferred traditional methods. As a result, he withdrew from the church and traveled throughout England, conducting evangelistic meetings. His wife, Catherine, could accurately be called a co-founder of The Salvation Army. In 1865, William Booth was invited to hold a series of evangelistic meetings in the East End of London. He set up a tent in a Quaker graveyard, and his services became an instant success. This proved to be the end of his wanderings as an independent traveling evangelist. His renown as a religious leader spread throughout London, and he attracted followers who were dedicated to fight for the souls of men and women. Thieves, prostitutes, gamblers, and drunkards were among Booth's first converts to Christianity. To congregations who were desperately poor, he preached hope and salvation. His aim was to lead people to Christ and link them to a church for further spiritual guidance. Many churches, however, did not accept Booth's followers because of their past. So Booth continued giving his new converts spiritual direction, challenging them to save others like themselves. Soon, they too were preaching and singing in the streets as a living testimony to the power of God. In 1867, Booth had only 10 full-time workers, but by 1874, the number had grown to 1,000 volunteers and 42 evangelists, all serving under the name "The Christian Mission." Booth assumed the title of general superintendent, with his followers calling him "General." Known as the "Hallelujah Army," the converts spread out of the East End of London into neighboring areas and then to other cities. Booth was reading a printer's proof of the 1878 annual report when he noticed the statement "The Christian Mission is a volunteer army." Crossing out the words "volunteer army," he penned in "Salvation Army." From those words came the basis of the foundation deed of The Salvation Army. From that point, converts became soldiers of Christ and were known then, as now, as Salvationists. They launched an offensive throughout the British Isles, in some cases facing real battles as organized gangs mocked and attacked them. In spite of violence and persecution, some 250,000 people were converted under the ministry of The Salvation Army between 1881 and 1885. Meanwhile, the Army was gaining a foothold in the United States. Lieutenant Eliza Shirley had left England to join her parents, who had migrated to America earlier in search for work. In 1879, she held the first meeting of The Salvation Army in America, in Philadelphia. The Salvationists were received enthusiastically. Shirley wrote to General Booth, begging for reinforcements. None were available at first. Glowing reports of the work in Philadelphia, however, eventually convinced Booth, in 1880, to send an official group to pioneer the work in America. On March 10, 1880, Commissioner George Scott Raiton and seven women officers knelt on the dockside at Battery Park in New York City to give thanks for their safe arrival. At their first official street meeting, these pioneers were met with unfriendly actions, as had happened in Great Britain. They were ridiculed, arrested, and attacked. Several officers and soldiers even gave their lives.Three years later, Railton and other Salvationists had expanded their operation into California, Connecticut, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. President Grover Cleveland received a delegation of Salvation Army officers in 1886 and gave the organization a warm personal endorsement. This was the first recognition from the White House and would be followed by similar receptions from succeeding presidents. The Salvation Army movement expanded rapidly to Canada, Australia, France, Switzerland, India, South Africa, Iceland, and local neighborhood units. The Salvation Army is active in virtually every corner of the world.
Commissioner Susan McMillan has been a Salvation Army officer for 35 years. A Canadian by birth, she has served in Canada, Mexico, South America East (Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay), South America West (Chile, Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador) and The Salvation Army’s International Headquarters in London, England. Holding a Master of Business Administration Degree and a Certified General Accountant designation, Commissioner McMillan’s appointments have included church, social services and hospital administration, as well as leadership in senior finance and business positions. www.SalvationArmy.ca
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At a soup kitchen in St. Paul, Minn., Jeff Ansorge does more than dish out free food on Thanksgiving. With five-star service — and a pinch of parsley — his daily menu specialty is a meal with dignity — there are even "real plates," according to one client. Related: Disney, ABC and Feeding America team up to help the hungry for the holidays It's something Ansorge learned at culinary school as well as while working in one of the finest restaurants in Minneapolis. Ansorge had it all — an A list clientele, a staff of 17 and a near six-figure salary as executive chef at the Capital Grille — and then the 40-year-old walked away. Click HERE to donate to the effort and to learn more about volunteer opportunities at your local food bank. After 12 years at the Grille, he took a job in October 2012 at the Salvation Army Eastside Corps Community Center. "I wanted the high-paying job. I wanted the big house. I wanted the cars," he told The Associated Press. "And ultimately, none of that satisfied me. ... And now I have none of that." Despite the nearly 70 percent pay cut, Ansorge said he is now rich beyond measure as he preaches daily about generosity and service. In 2011, 64 million Americans volunteered their time, according to the Charity Navigator. At the Food Bank of New York City, for example, the number of people who have expressed interest in volunteering is up 20 percent this holiday season.
Thomas Nylen, an employee at Salvation Army Divisional Headquarters in Chicago explains why he participates in The Salvation Army Online Red Kettle every year.
Thanks to an all volunteer team, the Salvation Army in Cranbrook is able to offer free dental services.
Mr. Steven Hartsook of unpacks one of The Salvation Army's ever popular clean-up kits. Get a first-hand look at what The Salvation Army provides to flood survivors to help them clean-up their homes.