Diversity

Hospitality to Strangers

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Do we treat refugees and immigrants as second-class?

A Week in the Potter’s House

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Over a hundred people met at Jackson’s Point camp on Lake Simcoe in Ontario, Canada for the second annual Hispanic family camp from July 30 to August 3, 2012.

Embracing Diversity

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God calls us to break down the barriers that foster discrimination and intolerance.

The Invisible Backpack

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The colour of our skin often determines whether we are treated with respect or discrimination

9/11: Ten Years Later

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This Sunday will mark a decade since the terrorist attacks of 9/11 in New York City and Washington, D.C. Here are some reflections that have stirred in my mind and heart as we approach this sad anniversary.

Witnessing in a Multi-Faith World

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Society tells us there are many paths to God. How do we respect other religions without compromising the gospel message?

Spryfield Tells a Good Story

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Sally’s Book Club, an initiative of Spryfield Community Church, Halifax, provides a fellowship opportunity that involves reading and discussing African-Canadian literature.

In the Public Eye

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As a social researcher, Andrew Grenville offers critical insight about the public’s perception of The Salvation Army

Ontario Central-East Spotlight

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The Army is committed to ministering to rural communities, newcomers to Canada and the marginalized in urban centres

Living the Holy Life

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General Shaw Clifton challenges Salvationists not to neglect their holiness roots

An Atheist’s Prayer

An Atheist’s Prayer

I didn’t believe in God. So why was I so angry with him?

In Harm’s Way

In Harm’s Way

My daughter and I healed our self-inflicted scars together.

Opinion & Critical Thought

Money and Mission

Money and Mission

Why are our tithes and offerings so important?

When God Says No

When God Says No

What is the true purpose of prayer?

Territorial News

Booth University College Welcomes 2017 Graduates

Booth University College Welcomes 2017 Graduates

Chief of the Staff encourages graduates to “choose well” as they go forth into the world.

Cooler Brings Healthy Choices to French Creek

Cooler Brings Healthy Choices to French Creek

Salvation Army food bank launches food reclamation project.

International News

General Responds to Manchester Attack, Calling Salvationists to Share Peace

General Responds to Manchester Attack, Calling Salvationists to Share Peace

Salvation Army assists more than 400 people in the hours immediately following the attack.

Salvation Army Joins Churches Worldwide to Pray for End to Famine

As millions face starvation, General calls on Salvationists to take action.

Faith & Friends

Battling Back

Battling Back

A decade after she was first diagnosed with cancer, Maureen Rego still refuses to let the disease define her.

Fair Trade in an Unfair World

Fair Trade in an Unfair World

We can make a difference with every thoughtful purchase we make.