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  • A Salvation Army emergency disaster mobile feeding unit in Regina

    Committed to Caring

    During this pandemic, The Salvation Army remains on the front lines of critical service. July 15, 2020 by Linda Leigh
    Filed Under:
    Faith & Friends
    From coast to coast, The Salvation Army is giving hope and help where it is needed the most during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • We Are All Connected

    Five lessons on COVID-19 from Bangladesh. July 14, 2020 by Captain Richard Bradbury
    Filed Under:
    Feature
    I’ve heard people say that this crisis makes us all equal. It does not. We are not. Yes, the virus is indiscriminate and yes, we are all facing the same storms, but this does not equate to a newfound global equality. We are not all in the same boat.
  • Race, Gospel and Justice

    Protest movements around the world are calling us to do better. July 10, 2020 By Darryn Oldford
    Filed Under:
    Opinion & Critical Thought
    Human life is both sacred and priceless. This must be at the forefront of your mind when discussing the plight of Black men and women in our society.
  • From Trauma to Triumph

    The Salvation Army Helped Kate Find Her Way. July 9, 2020 By Michelle Boileau
    Filed Under:
    Feature
    “The Salvation Army showed me patience and diversity,” says Kate. “That message pushed me closer to recovery, and I am okay now.”
  • Monday Morning Meditation

    A retired Salvation Army officer finds a surprising new ministry. July 9, 2020 by Major Gary Venables
    Filed Under:
    Feature
    When Salvation Army officer Major Gary Venables posted a video playing the pocket cornet he received as a Christmas gift, little did he know that it would become his Monday morning ministry.
  • Andrea Petkau with her husband, Ty, and their son, Felix

    The Challenge of COVID-19

    What my kidney transplant taught me about living in uncertain times. July 7, 2020 by Andrea Petkau
    Filed Under:
    Faith & Friends
    Andrea Petkau's kidney transplant and the birth of her son has helped her look at COVID-19 through clearer eyes.
  • In So Many Words

    Re-examining a well-worn phrase. July 7, 2020 Major Howard Webber
    Filed Under:
    Feature
    Salvation Army officer Major Howard Webber examines the phrase attributed to St. Francis of Assisi, “Preach the gospel at all times and, if necessary, use words.” But there is no evidence that he ever said or wrote such a thing.
  • Tom Scott in competition.

    The Kick Off

    Tom Scott is looking for gold at the 2021 Olympics in Tokyo. July 3, 2020 by Jayne Thurber-Smith
    Filed Under:
    Faith & Friends
    Tom Scott's faith drives him as he pursues Olympic Gold next year in Tokyo.
  • Campfires, Canoes and COVID-19

    Keeping the benefits of camping ministries alive while camp is cancelled this season. July 3, 2020 by Major Terence Hale and Chris Noel
    Filed Under:
    Feature
    Due to COVID-19, camps are not able to operate this season. Because this is God’s work and not ours, and God’s time and not ours, we are believing for even greater things, and are trusting that this summer will be more impactful than those before it, even though we cannot do things the way we have done them in the past.
  • Interested in Serving Overseas?

    International Headquarters releases new service opportunities list. July 2, 2020
    Filed Under:
    Territorial News
    The Salvation Army is active in more than 130 countries worldwide. With such a wide scope of ministry, there are many service opportunities for both officers and lay personnel interested in serving overseas. Below is a list of available positions in other Salvation Army territories, prepared by the IHQ personnel department.
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