The New Frontier Chronicle is The Salvation Army's monthly newspaper. I would write and edit articles and news releases. Below are a few articles I had written during my time at The Salvation Army covering events, disaster outreaches, and human interest pieces. *Photos belong to The New Frontier Chronicle
Southern California’s Divisional Secretary for Business set a fundraising goal of $6,750.
After a lengthy period of unrest and controversy, the Oceanian country has officially closed its voting polls and begun counting the ballots.
Cadets recognize those who influenced them to become Joyful Intercessors.
The Bell Oasis Apartments are slated for a spring 2018 opening.
National University will provide in-person and telehealth services at the Inglewood and Compton Corps.
Southern California property one of only 40 selected to participate in new three-year pilot program.
Social Justice Department sets up a catwalk to promote buying clothing free from human trafficking.
Increased role could open up opportunities for more grants.
The $6 million renovation took nearly a year to complete.