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  • Asking the Tough Questions

    Accountability Movement highlights our responsibilities to God and each other. January 19, 2018 Interview by Geoff Moulton
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    In 2016, General André Cox launched the Accountability Movement, calling Salvationists around the world to “learn afresh the gospel values of integrity, servanthood and transparency.” In this interview, Commissioner Susan McMillan, territorial commander, and Colonel Lee Graves, chief secretary, explore how the Canada and Bermuda Territory is responding.
  • The Ministry of Reconciliation

    We must challenge and overcome racism wherever it exists. January 15, 2018 by Colonel Richard Munn
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    In a time when racial prejudice is on the rise, we must fight it intentionally and rigorously--remembering that we are all created in the image and likeness of God.


  • Helping Others

    For Shawn Perkins, soldiership means being there for those less fortunate and honouring God. January 12, 2018 by Ken Ramstead
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    Soldiership was "God’s calling for me," says Shawn Perkins.
  • Weathering the Storms

    Through life’s ups and downs, my faith grew stronger. January 5, 2018 by Joan Banfield
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    "As I knelt at the altar, I felt like a burden was lifted from my shoulders. That day turned my whole life around. It was as if I was given a whole new life when I went back to God."
  • Greater Things

    Territorial Social Services Conference challenges workers to motivate, innovate and integrate. January 2, 2018 by Giselle Randall
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    At the 2017 Territorial Social Services Conference, held October 23-25 in Mississauga, Ont., more than 350 people from across the Canada and Bermuda Territory gathered for a time of education, networking and worship.
  • From Hurt to Healing

    When I felt overwhelmed and defeated by an eating disorder, God renewed my hope. December 21, 2017 by Kali Burrows
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    When I found myself in the hospital, a month after graduating from a residential program for treatment of an eating disorder, I felt defeated and broken. I began crying out to God to help and heal me.
  • The Call of the Bells

    A stint on the kettles at Christmastime brought Jonathan Kim and his family to soldiership. December 15, 2017 by Ken Ramstead
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    For Jonathan Kim, volunteering on the kettles showed him what The Salvation Army was about. “The more I learned about these wonderful Christians, the more I knew that this was the right denomination for me.”
  • Christmas Joy

    The Salvation Army brings smiles to children’s faces during the holidays. December 14, 2017 by Pamela Richardson
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    Six heartwarming stories of hope at Christmastime, from Salvationists and officers.
  • Sing Noel!

    Five inspiring Christmas carols. December 8, 2017
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    Major Ken Smith, Craig Lewis, David Rowsell, Major Cathie Harris and Captain Nicholas Samuel reflect on the meaning of their favourite Christmas carols.
  • Out of the Ashes

    In the aftermath of the Halifax Explosion, The Salvation Army’s emergency disaster services was born December 6, 2017 by R. Gordon Moyles
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    On the morning of December 6, 1917, Halifax was devastated by an explosion that killed or injured thousands. The relief efforts that followed gave rise to the creation of the Army's emergency disaster services.