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One Step at a Time

One Step at a Time

For Major Tom Tuppenney, the loss of his lower leg has been a challenge and an opportunity.

Music and Song

Music and Song

New Salvation Army song book to be released at Boundless Congress in July.

Opinion & Critical Thought

Small is Beautiful

Small is Beautiful

God’s kingdom comes in small and surprising ways.

Send the Fire

Send the Fire

Through Pentecost, we are empowered by the Spirit for the sake of the world.

Territorial News

Salvation Army Officer Passes CCC Torch

Salvation Army Officer Passes CCC Torch

Lt-Colonel Jim Champ remains on Canadian Council of Churches executive as past president.

Cape Breton Army Holds Celebration Weekend

Cape Breton Army Holds Celebration Weekend

Maritime corps collaborate to host a weekend of community events.

International News

Prayer Videos Needed for Boundless

Prayer Videos Needed for Boundless

Salvationists encouraged to upload video prayers for international congress.

UPDATE: Salvation Army Transports Resources to Remote Areas of Nepal

UPDATE: Salvation Army Transports Resources to Remote Areas of Nepal

Salvation Army volunteer teams use helicopters and trucks to continue relief efforts in Nepal.

Faith & Friends

Feeding the Homeless, Feeding the Soul

Feeding the Homeless, Feeding the Soul

With a hearty meal and warm clothes, The Salvation Army is meeting needs in Halifax.

Five for Five

Five for Five

In every way that counted, The Salvation Army was there for me when I needed them most.