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A New Lease on Life

A New Lease on Life

For Major Debra Beaupre, a kidney transplant was life changing.

Indigenous and Christian

Indigenous and Christian

Three Salvationists share how their heritage and faith work together.

Opinion & Critical Thought

On the Move

On the Move

A new appointment is happy and sad.

Enter God’s Rest

Enter God’s Rest

Summer is a time to be renewed for ministry.

Territorial News

Commissioning Events Kick Off in London, Ont.

Commissioning Events Kick Off in London, Ont.

Salvationists blessed and inspired at Festival of Music.

World Secretary for Women’s Ministries Leads Camps in N.L.

World Secretary for Women’s Ministries Leads Camps in N.L.

Commissioner Rosalie Peddle encourages women to let go of the “luggage of life.”

International News

The Salvation Army Marks World Refugee Day

General André Cox encourages Salvationists to sign petition to stand #WithRefugees.

Salvation Army in Orlando Responds to Nightclub Shooting

Salvation Army in Orlando Responds to Nightclub Shooting

Army provides support after deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history.

Faith & Friends

Hot Wheels

Hot Wheels

The Salvation Army helps vulnerable people access health care.

Helping Out in a Little Way

Helping Out in a Little Way

Penelope Matthews is showing the adults of Maple Ridge, B.C., how volunteering is done.