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  • (from left) Donna Lee Samson, Jim Moulton and Janine van der Horden.

    Rising to the Challenge

    Canada's health-care workers have tackled COVID-19 head-on. November 4, 2020 by Kimberly McIntyre
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    Faith & Friends
    Three front-line workers show how they have tackled COVID-19 head-on, and how their professionalism and faith has helped them through this crisis.
  • Positioned for Growth

    Keep looking forward. November 3, 2020 by Commissioners Floyd and Tracey Tidd
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    As we enter the next chapter of life and ministry for The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda, we are focusing on the front view.
  • A Whole Vision

    Are we willing to disrupt the present to achieve a brighter future? November 3, 2020 by Colonel Edward Hill
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    God wants to do a new work in the spiritual life of worshipping congregations throughout our vast territory. Will we consent to his transforming work? Will we choose, with God’s help, to get well? If so, let’s put aside the obstacles that may cause us to think small and instead strive to seek a whole vision.
  • 2020 Vision

    Salvationists reflect on the new territorial vision statement. November 3, 2020 By Brianne Zelinsky-Carew
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    Territorial News
    The official vision statement for The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda is: We are an innovative partner, mobilized to share hope wherever there is hardship, building communities that are just and know the love of Jesus. 
  • Mjrs David and Brenda Allen

    The Marvels of Ministry

    Majors David and Brenda Allen share their thoughts on the important role of the corps officer. October 30, 2020
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    (Above) Mjrs David and Brenda Allen are the corps officers at North York Temple

    Commissioned in 1996, Majors David and Brenda Allen have served faithfully across the Canada and Bermuda Territory in a variety of corps settings, from rural communities to urban centres, from a church plant to corps rich in Army heritage. Prior to their current...
  • Word and Deed

    Reflecting on integrated mission on the 130th anniversary of In Darkest England, and the Way Out. October 29, 2020 by Colonel Debbie Graves
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    Web Exclusive
    Whether we call it integrated mission, incarnational ministry, pioneering, holistic transformation or community capacity development, the plain and simple truth is that “we are the lives in which Jesus is incarnated every day and everywhere we go.”
  • Marsha Hubler (left) with Captain Jessica Duperree

    Pocket Change

    Fictional Salvation Army captain saves souls in new book series. October 28, 2020 by Jeanette Levellie
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    Faith & Friends
    Award-winning author Marsha Hubler set out to write a teen series to change young people’s lives but her own life changed in the process.
  • Officership Information Weekend Goes Virtual

    Seventy-five delegates gather online to explore God's possible call. October 27, 2020 By Major Jennifer Hale
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    Territorial News
    With the looming pandemic, delegates gathered virtually for the College for Officer Training Officership Information Weekend to engage with one another, hear good preaching and teaching, learn more about what officership means, and explore life at CFOT.
  • Be a CEO

    In a time of uncertainty, worry and fear, we could all use some encouragement. October 26, 2020 by Captain Laura Van Schaick
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    Opinion & Critical Thought
    What the world needs right now to combat the deluge of negativity and to spur us all toward courageous action is the enlisting of CEOs: chief encouragement officers.
  • Are You OK?

    Salvation Army officers’ kids invited to participate in research study. October 23, 2020 by Major Marlene George
    If you are an adult child between the ages of 18 and 35 of Salvation Army officers in the Canada and Bermuda Territory, you are invited to participate in a research study entitled Equipping Officers’ Kids (OKs) to be Carriers of the Covenant.