Faith & Friends

Something to Give

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I was distraught and alone on Christmas Eve, but a caring Salvation Army kettle worker brought me hope when I had none.

Making Peace With the Past

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In the wake of the 1989 École Polytechnique massacre, Marc Lépine’s mother, Monique, overcame crippling grief and personal guilt through a renewed faith in God

Ark of Wonders

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At L’Arche, Matt Rawlins sees beyond disabilities to the person within

Lost and Found

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I thought my stories were lost forever. But Someone had His reasons for borrowing them 

Hope at Pier 21

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A mother and sister flee the devastation of the Second World War, and hear a Salvation Army band

Away in a Manger

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Would an infant meltdown or a diaper malfunction ruin the Christmas pageant? Could Baby Jesus handle the pressure?

The Way to San Jose

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For Jonathan Cheechoo, hard work and faith were instrumental in his journey from James Bay to the National Hockey League

Rags to Riches?

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In Slumdog Millionaire, director Danny Boyle tells
the story of an Indian orphan one question away
from greatness

The Sole Man

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At The Salvation Army’s compound in Tanzania, children with physical disabilities are given new hope, one shoe at a time

Stopping the Abuse

Stopping the Abuse

Captain Lucy Chacha is committed to ending female genital mutilation in the Mara Region of Tanzania.

The Children Who Never Came Home

The Children Who Never Came Home

Forensic anthropologist Katherine Nichols uncovers the hidden history of the Indian Residential School in Brandon, Man.

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.