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  • Kids and COVID-19

    Supporting children during the coronavirus crisis. April 1, 2020 by Captain Bhreagh Rowe
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    COVID-19 has changed everything. How are we helping our kids through this time?
  • In the Valley

    Learning to suffer with each other. March 30, 2020 by Aimee Patterson
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    Compassion means being present with the person and grieving with them as they grieve. Lament is prayer to God uttered out of the sorrow, confusion, even anger felt in suffering.

  • Tom Quick (Photo: Matthew Rios)

    The Right Frequency

    For 20 years, a Salvation Army radio program has been delighting listeners around the world. March 26, 2020 by Major Jim Hann
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    Let There Be Praise is a weekly, two-hour show of Salvation Army music.
  • Peace in a Time of Pandemic

    The message of Philippians and COVID-19. March 24, 2020 by Aimee Patterson
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    It would not surprise me if Philippians 4:6 remains the most-read verse today. COVID-19 has changed all of our lives, whether we have been infected or not.
  • Andrew and Jessica Downie listen to Mjr Les Burrows during their soldier enrolment

    “Really, God? Me?”

    Andrew and Jessica Downie were happy Salvation Army soldiers. But God wanted more from them. March 19, 2020 by Ken Ramstead
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    For Andrew and Jessica Downie, officership isn't a choice; it's a calling.
  • All Our Relations

    The Seven Grandfather Teachings can help us on the journey of reconciliation. March 19, 2020 by Major Shari Russell
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    The Seven Sacred Teachings (or Seven Grandfather Teachings) are based on the Anishinaabe tradition, but are valued and practised by many Indigenous people. Reflected in Scripture, they are a guide to living in right relationships with All Our Relations—with Creator, with each other, with the land and with ourselves.
  • Mjrs Donette and Ken Percy with Craig Trousdale (Photos: William Richardson)

    New Beginnings

    From ordinary to amazing. March 17, 2020 by Craig Trousdale
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    God has moved in my life very quickly over the past two years.
  • Debbie DeVries is a Salvation Army street nurse in Belleville, Ont. (Photos: Giselle Randall)

    Street Patrol

    Belleville nurse serves the marginalized in back alleys and tent cities. March 12, 2020 by Giselle Randall
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    As a Salvation Army street nurse, Debbie DeVries reaches out to the marginalized with care and compassion.
  • Peace of Mind

    Living with an acquired brain injury can significantly affect mental health. March 6, 2020 by Lieutenant Rick Apperson
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    How The Salvation Army can help people living with an acquired brain injury.
  • To God Be the Glory

    Behind the Salvation Army salute. March 5, 2020 by Captain Sheldon Bungay
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    Did you know that The Salvation Army also has a salute? We raise the index finger of our right hand above shoulder height, pointing to God, as a way of saying that God deserves all glory and praise.