- Salvation Army Canada
    Salvationist Podcast: Captain Crystal Porter A Salvation Army officer's journey to reclaim her Indigenous identity.

    Unexpected Lullabies

    Finding spiritual rhythms that work in the busyness of life.

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    In the midst of the ever-shifting and overwhelming, the rhythmic spiritual practices I developed over the course of three maternity leaves are the things I find myself leaning on most heavily in this season at training college.

    Runaway Bunny

    Like Peter Rabbit in the new movie, we have to decide who we want to be.

    Faith & Friends
    In Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway, Peter faces a choice between the safety of his newfound family, and the promise of excitement and adventure in the big city. It's a decision many of us face in real life. See how Peter's choice echoes a famous biblical parable.

    Valued and Equal

    How a Salvation Army school is transforming the lives of children with albinism in Tanzania.

    On June 13, people around the world will observe International Albinism Awareness Day

    A New Hope

    Movie teaches that there is a (super) hero in all of us.

    Faith & Friends
    While Flora & Ulysses is about a (super) squirrel but there's a deeper message that all of us can take to heart. Read on to find out what that is.

    A Tale of Two Pandemics

    The unequal impact of public health measures on lower-income households.

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    For those who are unbanked, underbanked or live on limited incomes and rely on cash, the shift toward cashless payments and online purchases can mean the difference between readily accessing and living without essential items.

    Little Acts of Love

    God can use them all, and they can make a huge difference in the world.

    Faith & Friends
    As Jeanette Levellie was reminded recently, you don’t need to make a big splash to change your world. You can serve others in a thousand little, colourful ways to make a huge difference.