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  • (left) Mayor Frank Campion gives a cheque to Carrie McComb of The Salvation Army

    "The Right Thing"

    For Frank Campion, mayor of Welland, Ont., that meant donating his pay raise to The Salvation Army. May 14, 2021 by Melissa Yue Wallace
    Filed Under:
    Faith & Friends
    When Welland, Ont., Major Frank Campion discovered the majority of his council approved a pay raise during the COVID-19 pandemic despite his protests, he didn’t think it was appropriate. So he decided to donate his raise to "the right people": The Salvation Army.
  • Gerry Mercer

    "I'm Here to Help Others"

    Gerry Mercer has never lost the faith his Salvation Army grandmother instilled in him. May 12, 2021 by Helena Smrcek
    Filed Under:
    Faith & Friends
    How did the son of a drug-dealing mother and a father who was a motorcycle gang member become a Salvationist?
  • The Call

    Every prospective adoptive parent waits for it. But when it comes, it changes your life forever. May 7, 2021 by Trina Gallop Blank
    Filed Under:
    Faith & Friends
    Every adoptive parent waits for "the call" that will change your life forever. when Trina Gallop Blank got her call, it changed three lives. Read how that happened.
  • Saul Martinez plays Victor in La Deuda

    Saving Isabel

    New movie La Deuda unpacks a biblical parable as a young boy attempts to keep his pet safe. May 5, 2021 by Helena Smrcek
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    Faith & Friends
    La Deuda is a fictional story inspired by Jesus’ parable of the unmerciful servant (see Matthew 18:21-35). But its Mexican setting is essential to the fabric and the characters. Read how one boy's decision has consequences beyond his family.
  • Max (second from left) with his friends on his last day at camp

    My Son's Refuge

    In a serene forest east of the hustle and bustle of Toronto, God's presence shines through. April 28, 2021 by Jennifer Venner
    Filed Under:
    Faith & Friends
    The Refuge is a Christian community in eastern Ontario where God's presence shines through. The name was apt for one young man and his mother. See how both were changed forever.
  • A Heaven-Sent Idea

    My new friend, Sue, showed me that there is such a thing as a free lunch. April 23, 2021 by Diane Stark
    Filed Under:
    Faith & Friends
    How did a free-sandwich coupon create a friendship? 
  • I, Karly

    Why did this volunteer collect 166 kilograms of food for her local Salvation Army? April 21, 2021 by Melissa Yue Wallace
    Filed Under:
    Faith & Friends
    Grade 12 student Karly Irmen did more than just clock in volunteer hours at The Salvation Army. She helped hundreds of people in need. See how she did it.
  • ABBA, You and Me

    Some say God wouldn’t show up at a Swedish band’s concert. But I assure you, He did. April 16, 2021 by Phil Callaway
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    Faith & Friends
    Would God ever show up at an ABBA concert. Humorist Phil Callaway assures us that he would, and he should know.
  • Anchoring Her Faith

    TV host Maggie John is passionate about finding God's story in the headlines. April 14, 2021 by Helena Smrcek
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    Faith & Friends
    TV host Maggie John is passionate about finding God's story in the headlines. Now, the first Black female host of 100 Huntley Street steps into her new role anchoring Context: Behind the Headlines, the same program she interned for 19 years ago. See how she did it.
  • Ecce Homo (Here is the Man) by Antonio Ciseri (1821-91)

    Taking the Stand

    Getting to the truth about Jesus' Resurrection. April 7, 2021 by David Jeffrey
    Filed Under:
    Faith & Friends
    A famed trial attorney stacks up the evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus.  The conclusion he arrived at will surprise you.