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Breaking Through

Breaking Through

A single mother learns to trust again at The Salvation Army.

All in the Family

All in the Family

Adopted as a child, Major Karen Hammond shares a special bond with her own adopted daughter.

Opinion & Critical Thought

Unwelcome Visitors

Unwelcome Visitors

Five reasons new people leave our corps.

Loving Our Muslim Neighbours

Loving Our Muslim Neighbours

Do we stand up for people of different faiths?

Territorial News

Kettle Campaign Surpasses Goal

Kettle Campaign Surpasses Goal

Salvation Army raises $22-million during Christmas season.

Boundless: The Whole World Praying

Boundless: The Whole World Praying

Prayer wave for Boundless to reach the Canada and Bermuda Territory in February.

International News

General’s Consultative Council Concludes with Commitment to Accountability and Reform

General’s Consultative Council Concludes with Commitment to Accountability and Reform

Delegates from around the world gather to discuss child protection, finance, governance and impact measurement.

Salvation Army Responds to Mozambique Floods

Salvation Army Responds to Mozambique Floods

Emergency team helps displaced people move to camps; plans underway for further assistance.

Faith & Friends

Dawn Wells: Island Girl

Dawn Wells: Island Girl

As one of TV’s most famous stranded castaways, actress Dawn Wells proves that nice girls finish first.

A Job for Nathan

A Job for Nathan

As we found out when we were helping pack food to send to Haiti, when it comes to helping others, the size of our hearts is more important than the size of our hands.