Point Counterpoint

Untying the Knot

Untying the Knot 0

How do we care for families affected by divorce?

Just Cause

Just Cause 2

Should Salvationists participate in civil disobedience?

Final Exit

Final Exit 1

Is physician-assisted suicide really
“death with dignity”?

Women’s Work

Women’s Work 0

Once a beacon of gender equality, is the Army still leading the way?

Who is Our Target?

Who is Our Target? 0

Can the Army be all things to all people? Should it even try?

Cultural Integration

Cultural Integration 1

Are we doing enough to embrace diversity in our congregations?

The Leadership Gap

The Leadership Gap 15

The Army needs leaders, but we’re struggling to develop enough of them. Is the cost of commitment too high?

God on the Big Screen

God on the Big Screen 1

Should we encourage the use of visual media in church worship?

The Gender Gap

The Gender Gap 8

Should we embrace the use of gender-inclusive language in modern Bible translations?

Trick or Treat?

Trick or Treat? 4

On October 31, little ghosts and goblins will come knocking on your door. Is Halloween a bad influence on our children?

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.