The War Cry is a monthly magazine devoted to sharing the love of God without discrimination and representing The Salvation Army’s mission of serving human need. The War Cry represents the Army’s mission through news, profiles, commentaries, and stories. It looks to bring people to Christ, help believers grow in faith and character, and promote redemptive cultural practices from the perspective of Salvation Army programs, ministries, and doctrines.
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without-discrimination.
The War Cry Team
Raised in Texas, Major Jamie met both Jesus and her foxy husband Matt at The Salvation Army’s Camp Hoblitzelle, which kick-started a love for camp ministry. That love grew even deeper as Matt and Jamie served for seven years as Camp Directors and Divisional Youth Leaders, allowing them to use their passion for youth ministry and the leadership development of young people. This passion for the discipleship and leadership development of young people has continued through Jamie’s time as the Editor of Peer magazine. In her new appointment as Director of Publications, Jamie is excited to be a part of that transformational discipleship that takes place across all of The Salvation Army’s National Publications. She is the mom of two incredible daughters and loves to spend her free time watching college football (Boomer Sooner!) or exploring the great outdoors with her family. – Major Jamie Satterlee: Director of Publications
Jeff serves as Editorial Director. After pursuing graduate work in Religious Studies at Drew University with the goal of pursuing work in religious journalism, he joined The Salvation Army Publications Department. Along the way, he worked as a high school English and Religion teacher, a corporate copywriter, an advertising representative, and a freelance writer. He has written numerous articles, profiles, and commentaries, and includes in his credits a series of nonfiction books for adolescents. He thoroughly enjoys all aspects of editorial work and appreciates the diverse challenges and opportunities that the Army’s publications ministry provides for advancing the kingdom of God. – Jeff McDonald: Editorial Director
Gloria has worked at The Salvation Army for nearly 20 years. As the Design & Production Editor, she wears many hats in the Publications department including monitoring the production of The War Cry and designing layouts for several of its pages. When she’s not in the office, she likes inviting friends over to enjoy new recipes, going on long walks with her dog, Biggie, as well as playing volleyball and watching movies.
–Gloria Hull: Design & Production Editor
Josh joined The Salvation Army National Publications team in 2019 as the Lead Graphic Designer. He graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with a double BA in English: Writing and Communication with a focus on graphic design. As Lead Graphic Designer, Josh coordinates the design standards of The War Cry, Crest Books and Word & Deed. In his free time, Josh loves playing the viola, reading Kafka and traveling the world with his wife. – Josh Morales: Lead Graphic Designer
A native Washingtonian, Ashley has been a publications graphic designer with The Salvation Army for 5 years. She designs the layouts for The War Cry and helps with Crest Books. Prior to her work here in magazine design, she worked at design firms for both for-profit and non-profit clients. She loves that this job allows her to continue to exercise her creativity and make a positive difference in the world. Ashley received a BFA in Graphic Design at the University of Michigan and has a fine arts background. When she is not at work, she loves to travel with her husband, attempt a new photography hobby and continues to paint and draw.
– Ashley Schena: Graphic Designer
Originally from Rhode Island, Elizabeth attended Pepperdine University where she earned a BA in Creative Writing and a minor in Multimedia Design. While at Pepperdine, Elizabeth spent an academic year abroad in Italy. After graduation, Elizabeth moved to D.C. to pursue her career in the creative arts. Elizabeth is the lead for developing and implementing
Michele joined The Salvation Army in 2019 as the Assistant to the Editorial Director. In 2017, she earned a degree in communications from Old Dominion University. As the Assistant to the Editorial Director, she assists with editing articles, meeting deadlines, and creating new content. She loves learning about putting a monthly magazine together and seeing everything go from digital to print. In her free time, Michele enjoys running her fashion and lifestyle blog. – Michele Katsaris: Assistant to the Editorial Director