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    Continuing CareSalvation Army chaplains share how they're helping during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Mobilize 2.0

    Transformation project to launch new territorial vision and strategic plan.

    The next stage for the territory will involve a program of organizational transformation under the banner Mobilize 2.0—Inspired for Mission, Positioned for Growth.

    All of a Piece

    Is the Old Testament irrelevant?

    What is it that keeps Christians tied to the Old Testament? Why does it really matter? In this article, I will respond to two broad assertions that are commonly made about the Old Testament to support removing it from the Bible.

    How Can I Keep From Singing?

    Six ways to worship without congregational music.


    Congregational singing may be absent from our corporate worship for the immediate future. While there is no replacement for singing, there are certainly ways we can both augment our personal devotional time while allowing a different expression of worship to emerge.

    The Courage to Fight

    In Disney’s Mulan, a young girl finds hidden strength to take her father’s place in battle.

    Faith & Friends
    In the movie Mulan, a daughter takes the place of her father in battle. But will her training and devotion be enough to defend China from her enemies?

    Pandemic Positives

    Learning to see God at work in the midst of COVID-19 in the Quebec Division.

    COVID-19 has been devastating and will continue to be so for some time, but there are many lessons we can learn because of this experience. Lessons about living in community and turning a terrible situation into new opportunities. Lessons that teach us we truly are one Army with one mission.


    Is it standing up to injustice or a mob mentality?

    Opinion & Critical Thought
    In a time where #cancelled is trending daily, Salvationist Alex Stoney says Christians are called to live out forgiveness culture, not cancel culture. He quotes James 1:19-20: “Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry, because human anger does not produce the righteousness that God desires."