“That Dragon, Cancer” is one of the greatest examples of a video game as a work of art. From the visually minimalist and starkly beautiful design, to the genuine emotions and sincere portrayal of faith through pain, it stands as a must-play experience.” —Chris Clark. Read his full game review here and in the April 2017 issue of Young Salvationist magazine.
YS Interviews Seth Bolt of NEEDTOBREATHE
Grammy nominated, South Carolina rock band NEEDTOBREATHE’s Seth Bolt talks to us about the band’s latest album Hard Love, the future of the band and shares how your concert tickets impact medical care in other parts of the world! Check it out here or in March’s issue.
Check out our digitally exclusive music reviews. This month features Lauren Daigle’s song Come Alive (Dry Bones) and Andy Mineo’s song Hear My Heart. [...]
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Learn About Characters From Salvation Army History
In the March issue we tell the story of Major Alexander Alexander, a man who rocked two first names. He not only turned heads by his unique name, but by his radical living for others and denial of self. [...]
Meet Michelle Winters
God used one bittersweet summer to show Michelle Winters just how great He really is; and how turning from one’s own will in surrender to His is best. […]
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