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    The Great Feast This invitation is for everyone—especially those who are ignored, rejected and different.

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    Bird's Eye View

    How an encounter with some fine-feathered friends reminded me not to worry.

    Faith & Friends

    Is keeping birds off the road much like raising teenagers? This is what Diane Stark and her daughter, Julia, discussed one day while they were running errands in the family car. Their answer might surprise you!

    Thanks for Nothing

    An honest look at gratitude during trying times.

    Web Exclusive

    Gratitude is best cultivated when we take whatever time necessary to sit with our grief, embrace suffering and resist numbing out in the face of hardship. It’s these very things that become the means to cultivating an intimate and more honest connection with God.

    The Voices of Angels

    From kettle bells to Broadway, this sister duo's talent soars.

    Faith & Friends

    Cassandra and Callahan Armstrong went viral for their moving rendition of An Easter Hallelujah, which provided encouragement to millions looking for inspiration and peace.

    From Five to Four

    Salvationists from Newfoundland and Labrador talk about living in the shadow of illness and grief.


    Darren and Kathleen Thompson, Salvationists from Newfoundland and Labrador, talk about living in the shadow of grief after the loss of their son.

    Brooke's Way Back

    Hard work and determination helped a young man turn his life around.

    Faith & Friends

    “The Salvation Army took me in and treated me like family,” Brooke beams. “It doesn’t matter where you come from, who you are or what you believe—The Salvation Army is here to help without judgment.”

    We’re Listening

    New diversity and inclusion strategist shares how the Army is moving toward equity.


    Dr. Ellen Melis talks about where the Army is making progress with diversity and inclusion and why EDJI work can’t be done from ivory towers.

    Mary's Memories

    For one woman's veteran father, The Salvation Army was everywhere during the Second World War.

    Faith & Friends

    From the time he returned from the Second World War until his death, Henry Bellegarde always donated to The Salvation Army. Recognizing all the work and dedication he had seen during the war had had an impact on him, and his daughter, Mary, inherited his love for the Army as well. 

    All Things Are Possible

    God protected my life during the genocide in Rwanda.


    Soon I was alone, homeless and starving. All I could do was believe that God would take care of me and give me strength. That’s when I came to know him, as he protected me and helped me to find food and shelter.

    Other Vibes Allowed

    How to respond to a world of toxic positivity.

    Opinion & Critical Thought

    We live in a culture of toxic positivity that thrives off memes that quip, “Don’t Worry, Be Happy,” and T-shirts that read, “Good Vibes Only.” Some feelings are easier to bear than others, but trying to exist in a “Good Vibes Only” world isn’t realistic or healthy.