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Reflecting on what matters most. July 23, 2020 by Captain Laura Van SchaickWhat if, rather than going back to normal, we used all these quarantine experiences to create a new normal?
Learning to see God at work in the midst of COVID-19 in the Quebec Division. July 21, 2020 by Major Barbara CareyCOVID-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.
Five lessons on COVID-19 from Bangladesh. July 14, 2020 by Captain Richard BradburyI’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.
What my kidney transplant taught me about living in uncertain times. July 7, 2020 by Andrea PetkauAndrea Petkau's kidney transplant and the birth of her son has helped her look at COVID-19 through clearer eyes.
Keeping the benefits of camping ministries alive while camp is cancelled this season. July 3, 2020 by Major Terence Hale and Chris NoelDue 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.
My last year of high school looked much different than I expected, but I've grown spiritually. June 30, 2020 by Jenna ReidAs a 2020 graduate, both my senior year and prom day looked much different than I had anticipated.
Don’t miss this moment; God is at work. June 23, 2020 by Major Terence HaleThese are extraordinary days we are living in. Days filled with great fear and uncertainty but, at the same time, great possibility. Not that we should ever deny the severity of COVID-19 or its global effect, but can we be challenged to see how God is working in these days?
Generous $10 million donation to help support Canadians affected by pandemic. June 15, 2020Today, the Rogers family donated $10 million to The Salvation Army to help support Canadians affected by COVID-19. It is the largest private donation the charity has received in its more than 135 years of giving hope to those in need across Canada.
Across Canada and Bermuda, The Salvation Army stands by to bring help and hope. June 12, 2020 BY LINDA LEIGHThe Salvation Army continues to bring help and hope during COVID-19.
What does it mean to be the church in a time of physical distance and isolation? June 10, 2020 by Captain Laura Van SchaickAs we cease “going” to church, let's focus even more on “being” the church.