Correctional and Justice Services

Light in the Dark

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As a student court support worker, I saw Jesus at work in the judicial system.

Courtside

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Two young Salvationists share their experience as interns in Salvation Army correctional and justice services ministry this summer in Toronto.

A Healing Place

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The Salvation Army and an Indigenous correctional facility partner to restore women’s lives.

Partners in Outreach

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The Salvation Army and law enforcement work together to help the most vulnerable.

Life After Prison

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How Ellen Osler Home helps women start over.

Trials and Tribulations

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From caring for victims of abuse at Mount Cashel Orphanage to fighting human trafficking, Dolly Sweetapple leaves a legacy for corrections in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Repairing the Harm

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Restorative justice heals broken relationships.

“Play It Again, Barrie!”

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Thanks to a unique band, inmates in British Columbia’s correctional system are singing a different tune.

A Heart Unchained

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Before he could become totally free, Brian Turner had to escape a prison of his own making.

Volunteers for 27 Years

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Brian and Anne Newell share in ministry with The Salvation Army’s correctional and justice services.

Family Friendly

Family Friendly

Pregnant and alone, Peipei Dai found support at the Bethany Hope Centre.

Putting Down Roots

Putting Down Roots

Ken and Mary Green weren’t cut out to be bystanders at Nipawin Corps in Saskatchewan. That meant becoming soldiers.

Opinion & Critical Thought

Dear Jackson

Dear Jackson

A letter to my son about what it means to be a man.

Lost and Found at Christmas

Lost and Found at Christmas

After losing his memory, a man struggled to survive, alone in a new country. But what could a Salvation Army officer do?

Territorial News

Christmas Kettle Campaign Raises Over $23 Million

Christmas Kettle Campaign Raises Over $23 Million

Annual appeal surpasses $21-million goal.

Canadian Staff Songsters Dedicated for Ministry

Canadian Staff Songsters Dedicated for Ministry

Newly formed group makes debut at installation service.

International News

Salvation Army Launches The Whole World Mobilising Initiative

Salvation Army Launches The Whole World Mobilising Initiative

New program to help Salvationists move the Army’s mission forward.

General Leads 25th Anniversary Celebrations in Russia

General Leads 25th Anniversary Celebrations in Russia

Congress brings Salvationists together for time of worship and encouragement.

Faith & Friends

Page Turner

Page Turner

A visit to a local library helped Steve Wiscombe start a new chapter.

The Day the Lies Stopped

The Day the Lies Stopped

An encounter with God forced convicted drug dealer Maxwell Assing to finally face the truth.