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    • Salvationist | January 2014

      Salvationist | January 2014

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      Salvationist | Feb. 2014

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      Salvationist | March 2014

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      Salvationist | April 2014

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      Salvationist | May 2014

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      Salvationist | June 2014

Taking Her Spirit Back

Taking Her Spirit Back

A First Nations mother finds healing through storytelling and faith in God.

On the Bright Side

On the Bright Side

The Salvation Army’s Brighter Futures children’s sponsorship program offers hope and transforms lives.

Opinion & Critical Thought

The End of Privacy

The End of Privacy

In the digital age, is privacy a thing of the past?

Give It a (Sabbath) Rest

Give It a (Sabbath) Rest

Our lives are incredibly busy, but we ignore the fourth commandment at our peril.

Territorial News

Booth UC Kicks Off Academic Year with Inspiring Convocation

Booth UC Kicks Off Academic Year with Inspiring Convocation

Booth president reminds students that education is about transformation.

Territorial Survey Reveals Most Valued Areas of Ministry

Results to help Army strengthen connection between behaviours and values.

International News

#150reasons Celebrates 150 Years of The Salvation Army

#150reasons Celebrates 150 Years of The Salvation Army

Social media campaign gives Salvationists the opportunity to tell the Army’s story in a unique way.

Salvation Army Responds to Ebola Outbreak in Liberia

Salvation Army Responds to Ebola Outbreak in Liberia

Medical supplies and food packages benefit 6,500 individuals to date.

Faith & Friends

Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

Alsha Wilson was focused on her law studies until a brush with blindness put her future at risk.

A Lesson in Hope

A Lesson in Hope

For at-risk schoolchildren in Regina, The Salvation Army helps keep hunger at bay.