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  • The Living Sacrifice team at Tunnel Mountain Lookout, Banff National Park, Alta.

    Youth on a Mission

    The Living Sacrifice program empowers service leadership in young Salvationists. August 11, 2022 by Abbigail Oliver
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    Introduced in 2021, Living Sacrifice gives young Salvationists an opportunity to embark on a journey of leadership in ministry. 

  • What Kind of Worship Does God Want?

    It’s not just about the songs we sing. August 9, 2022 by Captain Callum McKenna
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    The songs that we sing to God are also supposed to be anthems that fuel our action for “thy kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven.”

  • An Egg McMuffin Away

    How sleeping in changed Major Mike Hoeft’s life. August 8, 2022 by Ken Ramstead
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    Sometimes, God’s call can be dramatic and sometimes, it can be as simple as skipping breakfast.

  • Ana and a team from work sort toys at a Salvation Army holiday gift centre

    Why I Give Back

    From refugee to National Advisory Board member. August 4, 2022 by Ana Tomas
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    How the Salvation Army helped Ana's family start a new life.

  • A Salvation Army child trafficking prevention team holds an awareness meeting in a Malawi village

    The Promise of a Better Life

    Salvation Army centre rescues children from trafficking in Malawi. July 29, 2022 by Major Heather Matondo
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    The Mchinji Anti-Child Trafficking Centre, provides physical, spiritual and mental support for rescued children, as well as the life skills for a sustainable income and a brighter future.

  • Stamps of Approval

    The past, present and future of The Salvation Army through stamps. July 21, 2022 by Ken Ramstead
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    For Dennis Welbourn and his wife, Patricia, stamp collecting isn’t just a hobby. It’s a look into the past, present and future of The Salvation Army.

  • “Salvation Army doctrine is my doctrine,” says Jessica MacKenzie

    The Place to Be

    Jessica MacKenzie is certain her future lies with The Salvation Army. July 18, 2022 by Ken Ramstead
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    As a Salvation Army officer, Jessica MacKenzie's skills and talents will be used in a way they wouldn’t be used otherwise.

  • Let Your Life Speak

    Salvation Army officers are called, covenanted and committed. July 11, 2022 by Major Corinne Cameron
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    Officership is not just any job—it is a vocation.

  • A Hand to Man

    Salvationist Dr. Jeff Pitcher felt called by God to volunteer at the Ukraine border. July 7, 2022 by Abbigail Oliver
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    With a history of volunteering with The Salvation Army's disaster relief efforts, Dr. Jeff Pitcher returns from the Polish-Ukrainian border where he served for eight days in medical tents, providing aid, emotional and spiritual support to displaced Ukrainians.

  • A senior performing arts camper plays the cornet at a campfire in the woods

    Art and Soul

    At Camp Sunrise, youth explore their God-given gifts. July 5, 2022 by Abbigail Oliver
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    At The Salvation Army's Camp Sunrise, youth have the opportunity to embrace their unique skills and abilities through artistic worship.