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  • The Salvation Army's Community Orphan Project in Mozambique Supports Vulnerable Children

    As Mother Teresa once said, "Together we can do something wonderful." November 20, 2020 by Lt-Colonel Brenda Murray
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    The Salvation Army's COAL project in Mozambique shows how your donation is the gift that keeps on giving.
  • Let’s Talk

    A new resource will help Salvationists engage difficult topics in ways that bring us together. November 19, 2020 by Aimee Patterson
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    New resource available to help Salvationists have difficult conversations.
  • John Reid volunteering in 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Salvation Army Kettle Volunteer Celebrates Four Years

    For John Reid, bell-ringing is a chance to give back. November 16, 2020 by Leigha Vegh
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    As The Salvation Army in Mississauga, Ont., prepares to launch its 2020 Christmas Kettle Campaign on Saturday, November 20, bell-ringer volunteer John Reid "wouldn't miss it for anything, not even a pandemic."
  • Nursing a Faith

    For Cadet Jenelle Durdle, officership, like nursing and teaching, is a calling. November 12, 2020 by Kimberly McIntyre
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    Salvation Army Cadet Jenelle Durdle's career as a nurse and teaching in health care prepared her for acceptance at the College for Officer Training in September 2019.
  • Lt Cristall leads a virtual service during the pandemic

    The Invitation

    How the COVID-19 pandemic opened a door to community connections in Calgary. November 10, 2020 by James Watson
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    The COVID-19 pandemic has helped Lieutenant Cristall establish new community connections in ways she never imagined.
  • Sipili Molia with his wife, Krista, and children

    The Creator’s Path

    How God met me on my walkabout. November 7, 2020 by Sipili Molia
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    When I look back on my walkabout, I can see that God was always there, putting people in my life at key points and reminding me of his plan.
  • 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.
  • 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...
  • “Everything”

    That one word defines Captain Joyce Downer’s role as an officer in The Salvation Army. October 22, 2020 By Ken Ramstead
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    Joyce Downer was certain that she wanted to be a Salvation Army officer, but to do that she would have to move from the town she loved and give up a career that she enjoyed.