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Addiction: Breaking the Chains

At The Salvation Army's Maxwell Meighen Centre in Toronto, lives are transformed.

July 5, 2013


Last month, the editorial team visited The Salvation Army’s Maxwell Meighen Centre, a men’s hostel and rehabilitative treatment facility located in downtown Toronto. While there, we interviewed the chaplain, Major Phillip Birt, and three clients. Click on the video below to hear their remarkable stories of transformation.

Comments

  1. Colleen Cyr says:

    Great little video Phillip! Wonderful to see the transformation of souls and to hear the testimonies!

    Bless you and Wavey in your ministry daily with those precious souls!

    Colleen

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