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  • In the Joy of the Lord

    New lieutenants equipped and mobilized to share the gospel. June 27, 2017
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    On July 1, the cadets of the Joyful Intercessors Session will be commissioned and ordained as Salvation Army officers. As they prepare for a new chapter in their ministry, these 19 Salvationists share their journey to officership.
  • Force for Change

    General André Cox encourages Salvationists to be mobilized disciples of Christ. June 21, 2017 Interview by Geoff Moulton and Kristin Ostensen
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    Ahead of his visit to the Canada and Bermuda Territory, General André Cox shares the importance of getting out of our corps halls, and how the Army is responding to difficult issues facing the church today.
  • House of Hope

    A life sentence isn’t the end of the story for three offenders at Greenfield House. June 21, 2017 by Kristin Ostensen
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    Wade, Derrick and Albert share how The Salvation Army's corrections residence in Moncton, N.B., made reintegration possible after many years served in prison.
  • 94 and Counting

    High River’s oldest soldier shows no signs of slowing down. June 16, 2017 by Ken Ramstead
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    This month, The Salvation Army’s Foothills Church in High River, Alta., celebrated its 110th anniversary. Proudly in attendance was 94-year-old Edith Burke, Foothills’ oldest soldier and one of the territory’s oldest living uniformed Salvationists.
  • The Measure of a Man

    This Father’s Day, paying tribute to the lasting legacy of Corps Sergeant-Major Bert Vincent. June 16, 2017 by Lt-Colonel Wanda Vincent
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    How do you measure influence? Is it tangible or theoretical? In my opinion, it is measured by visibly changed lives, especially when they span family and community, generations and geography. My father-in-law, Bert Vincent, had this kind of influence. From within the family circle and beyond, his legacy is one of evangelism, encouragement, passion and prayer. He inspired many to be active in the kingdom of God.
  • A Matter of Trust

    I faced serious surgery, but God gave me peace. June 15, 2017 by Lieutenant Bethany Dueck
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    In March 2009, I sat in a doctor's office to learn the results of an MRI, and heard the words, "We found a large mass growing inside the walls of your spine."
  • Bridge Builders

    The Salvation Army is bringing people together in Rwanda. June 8, 2017 by Giselle Randall
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    In Rwanda, the land of a thousand hills, a village in Kayenzi perches along the top of a ridge, overlooking the valley below. Green hills, dotted with rust-red roofs, disappear into the distance. The land is divided into small farms—about 90 percent of Rwandans depend on subsistence agriculture, growing only enough food to feed their families. Children cluster at communal water taps, filling yellow containers, smiling and waving at passing cars. 

  • An Atheist's Prayer

    May 19, 2017 by Lieutenant Brad Webster
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    I didn't believe in God. So why was I so angry with him?
  • In Harm's Way

    May 18, 2017 by Major Shirley King
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    My daughter and I healed our self-inflicted scars together.
  • In Good Health

    Canadian Salvationists embark on a two-year medical mission to Papua New Guinea. May 17, 2017 by Kristin Ostensen
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    On a two-year medical mission, Canadian Salvationists manage the Koki Clinic, Ela Beach Clinic and several rural health outposts within a few hours of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea's capital city.