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

Water for Life

Water for Life

The Salvation Army opens new wells as part of the Safe Water project in Sri Lanka.

Opinion & Critical Thought

Lessons From the Bay

Lessons From the Bay

Sharing Jesus can take you to unusual places—even to the deck of a lobster boat.

Freedom Fighter

Freedom Fighter

Major Danielle Strickland tackles trafficking in the U.S.A. Western Territory.

Territorial News

Salvation Army Responds After N.L. Wind Storm

Salvation Army Responds After N.L. Wind Storm

Warming centres offer comfort to residents in need.

Salvationists Join Nisga’a New Year Events

Salvationists Join Nisga’a New Year Events

Territorial commander celebrates 90th anniversary with Gitwinksihlkw Corps.

International News

The General Requests Prayer for Papua New Guinea

The General Requests Prayer for Papua New Guinea

After violent riots near territorial headquarters, Salvation Army commits to supporting the community to rebuild.

General Leads 150th Anniversary Celebrations at Oldest Surviving Salvation Army Corps

General Leads 150th Anniversary Celebrations at Oldest Surviving Salvation Army Corps

“William Booth would be proud and pleased to see that The Salvation Army in Poplar is still fulfilling the mission of God,” General André Cox declares.

Faith & Friends

Time for Change

Time for Change

At The Salvation Army, Cyntra Seebaransingh knows she is part of a team that is a true reflection of Canada.

Tea Party Caring

Tea Party Caring

How one woman has turned a social occasion into a way of helping others.