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  • Raising the Girl Child

    Education is key to breaking the cycle of poverty. October 9, 2020 By Kathy Nguyen
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    For many girls and successful women around the world, The Salvation Army has played an integral part in their journey.
  • Mobilize 2.0 Update

    A program update on the new territorial transformation project. October 8, 2020 by Commissioner Floyd Tidd
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    Territorial News
    The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda has launched Mobilize 2.0, a transformation project that will include the creation of a vision for our movement so that we know where we are heading, and the development of a strategy that will help us get there.
  • Funny boys

    "Best Breakfast, Quarantined"

    Even in the midst of COVID-19, laughter is still the best medicine. October 7, 2020 by Jeanette Levellie
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    Faith & Friends
    Even during the COVID-19 pandemic, there is room for some gentle humour, as these anecdotes illustrate.
  • A Lesson in Faith

    Five ways to manage anxiety and focus on the things that matter with kids back in school. October 7, 2020 by Captain Bhreagh Rowe
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    Web Exclusive
    Kids are now back in school, whether in person, online, at home or a mix. For some, that’s exciting. For others, it’s stressful. For us, we are somewhere in the middle of those two realities.
  • Wonderfully Made

    Reflections from Salvationists on God’s one human race. October 6, 2020 By Leigha Vegh
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    Salvationist reached out to racialized people across the territory to hear their insights and lived experiences with the goal of helping The Salvation Army become more sensitive and inclusive.
  • Darkness to Hope

    What General Booth's In Darkest England, and the Way Out teaches us 130 years later. October 5, 2020 By Major Ron Millar
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    Opinion & Critical Thought
    One hundred and thirty years later many of the core issues addressed in General William Booth's The Darkest England scheme remain at the heart of our social reality in Canada—poverty, addiction, social injustice, human trafficking and homelessness, to name just a few.
  • Cpt Kristen Jackson-Dockeray (Photo: Cpt Jason Dockeray)

    Returning to Our Roots

    It’s time to address gender equity so that every individual can fully participate in God's mission. October 2, 2020 by Captain Kristen Jackson-Dockeray
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    A few months ago, I received a phone call from our territorial leaders, Commissioners Floyd and Tracey Tidd, giving me the opportunity to further explore the experience of gender within The Salvation Army as a gender equity advocate.
  • Already, Not Yet

    Beginning “The Work” as Salvation Army cadets. October 2, 2020 By Cadet Natalie Williams
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    Cadet Natalie Williams outlines how her family is walking confidently from what has already been accomplished, to what must be fought for, in the already, not yet paradigm.
  • A New Season

    Seeking transformation from the inside out, for the sake of “others” and for the kingdom. October 1, 2020 by Commissioner Floyd Tidd
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    This autumn, the Canada and Bermuda Territory launched “Mobilize 2.0—Inspired for Mission, Positioned for Growth,” entering an intentional period of transformation for our movement. This transformation will seek to ensure that we are a mobilized Army, equipped with a vision-aligned strategy to deliver the mission we believe God has given The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda for this decade.
  • Cindy Moore on a brief visit to the family cottage

    In His Hands

    Diagnosed with a rare illness, Cindy Moore experienced God's love in a way she never had before. September 30, 2020 by Ken Ramstead
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    Faith & Friends
    Despite being diagnosed with visceral myopathy, a rare pathological condition characterized by impaired intestinal function and motility, Cindy Moore continues to keep the faith and look at each day with fresh wonder.