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The Army in Miniature

The Army in Miniature

Salvationist Norman Cuthbert makes history—one metal figurine at a time.

Down to a Science

Down to a Science

On Earth Day, a biologist and Salvationist shares why she cares for creation.

Opinion & Critical Thought

When the Shadows Lengthen

When the Shadows Lengthen

Death is not the last word.

All That Glitters

All That Glitters

The idolatry of the prosperity gospel.

Territorial News

Annual Change 2016

Full listing of the annual appointment changes for Salvation Army officers in the Canada and Bermuda Territory. These appointments are effective July 1, 2016 (unless otherwise stated).

Booth UC and Tyndale Seminary to Offer Degree in Salvation Army Studies

Booth UC and Tyndale Seminary to Offer Degree in Salvation Army Studies

New program is the only graduate theological program in the world with this specialization.

International News

Salvation Army Responds to Ecuador Earthquake

Salvation Army Responds to Ecuador Earthquake

Red Shield emergency response teams are in action across the affected region.

General Brings Encouragement to U.S.A. Southern Territory

General Brings Encouragement to U.S.A. Southern Territory

The ministry of The Salvation Army can give people “a life-changing hope,” says General André Cox.

Faith & Friends

Saved Twice

Saved Twice

The Salvation Army was there for me, body and soul.

Homeless No More

Homeless No More

Thanks to The Salvation Army, a Langley man now has a place to call his own.