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  • The Messengers of Reconciliation (Photo: Symon Ptashnick)

    Meet the Messengers of Reconciliation and Auxiliary-Captains

    New officers mobilized to share hope in a hurting world. May 19, 2022
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    On June 18, the Canada and Bermuda Territory will commission nine officers in the Messengers of Reconciliation Session and six auxiliary-captains.

  • Jake Aikenhead (right) and a resident at the Gateway shelter in Toronto

    Rethinking the Shelter

    How The Salvation Army Gateway navigated the pandemic—and what we learned along the way. May 16, 2022 by Jake Aikenhead
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    Emergency shelters are an important part of responding to homelessness, but as the housing crisis in Canada has continued to worsen, they’ve become less effective at solving the problem.

  • Policy 101

    Why updating the terms we use in The Salvation Army matters May 9, 2022 by Captain Mark Stanley
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    The Salvation Army will always need good policies to guide us, and that requires us to put our mission at the forefront and listen to the people the policy will impact, our mission partners and those we serve each day.

  • Cpts Bhreagh and Daniel Rowe with their three sons, Maverick, Asher and Ezra

    One Family at a Time

    Captain Bhreagh Rowe believes in doing everything with purpose. May 6, 2022 by Abbigail Oliver
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    After having her first child, Captain Bhreagh Rowe turned to writing as a creative outlet for her thoughts. Now, she shares her family's love of God through social media.

  • Candace and her daughter, Tia

    Meeting the Need

    Kate’s Place is a home to women who need it most. May 3, 2022 by Abbigail Oliver
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    In Regina, The Salvation Army Kate’s Place offers a beacon of hope to women struggling to overcome addiction and transform their lives. This month, it celebrates its 10th anniversary.

  • Cpt Dwayne Barnes, here with his wife, Cpt Kendacy Barnes, and their daughter, Celine

    In His DNA

    Captain Dwayne Barnes is certain he needs to be exactly where he is: The Salvation Army. April 25, 2022 by Ken Ramstead
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    "I wouldn’t find myself serving in any other organization than The Salvation Army just because of what we stand for and what we do on a daily basis," says Captain Dwayne Barnes.

  • Resurrection Life

    In Jesus, all the promises of God are yes and amen. April 14, 2022 by Commissioner Floyd Tidd
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    The Bible is filled with promises from God. Every promise has been validated by the Resurrection of Jesus.

  • Nathan Keys with his wife, Kathleen, and baby Joshua

    Remember God

    Four Salvationists reflect on how God has been faithful in their lives. April 14, 2022
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    Remembering is a central theme in Scripture. When we remember who God is and what he has done in our lives, it helps us trust him, enlarges our faith and encourages others.

  • The Good News of Easter

    The gospel of Jesus Christ provides grace, forgiveness and reconciliation for all. April 14, 2022 by General Brian Peddle
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    The gospel of Jesus Christ provides grace, forgiveness and reconciliation for all—wherever they are, whatever their age, no matter their circumstances.

  • Laura Rowsell at King Creek Ridge in Kananaskis Country, Alta.

    The Other Six Days

    Living a life of worship. April 11, 2022 by Laura Rowsell
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    As we continue our spiritual life series, Laura Rowsell explores the second element of our CHRIST-centred, OTHERS-focused framework: H for Holy God: how the God we worship has revealed himself, how he can be known and how he is set apart as the one true God.