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  • From Trauma to Triumph

    The Salvation Army Helped Kate Find Her Way. July 9, 2020 By Michelle Boileau
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    “The Salvation Army showed me patience and diversity,” says Kate. “That message pushed me closer to recovery, and I am okay now.”
  • Monday Morning Meditation

    A retired Salvation Army officer finds a surprising new ministry. July 9, 2020 by Major Gary Venables
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    When Salvation Army officer Major Gary Venables posted a video playing the pocket cornet he received as a Christmas gift, little did he know that it would become his Monday morning ministry.
  • In So Many Words

    Re-examining a well-worn phrase. July 7, 2020 Major Howard Webber
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    Salvation Army officer Major Howard Webber examines the phrase attributed to St. Francis of Assisi, “Preach the gospel at all times and, if necessary, use words.” But there is no evidence that he ever said or wrote such a thing.
  • Campfires, Canoes and COVID-19

    Keeping the benefits of camping ministries alive while camp is cancelled this season. July 3, 2020 by Major Terence Hale and Chris Noel
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    Due to COVID-19, camps are not able to operate this season. Because this is God’s work and not ours, and God’s time and not ours, we are believing for even greater things, and are trusting that this summer will be more impactful than those before it, even though we cannot do things the way we have done them in the past.
  • Jenna Reid

    Graduating in Faith

    My last year of high school looked much different than I expected, but I've grown spiritually. June 30, 2020 by Jenna Reid
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    As a 2020 graduate, both my senior year and prom day looked much different than I had anticipated.
  • I’ve Got a Feeling

    Leadership means showing empathy. June 26, 2020 by Paul Carew and Captain Kathleen Ingram
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    The LEADS Leadership Capability Framework addresses “empathy” as a characteristic of leaders under the domain of DEVELOPING COALITIONS.
  • Heavenly Citizenship

    For Captains Tina and Keesom Phanthaamath, the call to officership just made sense. June 25, 2020 By Ken Ramstead
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    “Our lives have never been the same since we became Salvation Army officers,” smiles Captain Keesom Phanthaamath of the decision he and his wife, Captain Tina Phanthaamath, made.
  • Greater Things

    Don’t miss this moment; God is at work. June 23, 2020 by Major Terence Hale
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    These are extraordinary days we are living in. Days filled with great fear and uncertainty but, at the same time, great possibility. Not that we should ever deny the severity of COVID-19 or its global effect, but can we be challenged to see how God is working in these days?
  • A Lasting Legacy

    Fishing for souls is a family affair. June 22, 2020 by Captain Nyree Bond
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    The Army heritage of officership is woven throughout our families ... We are grateful for their legacy.
  • Participants in the Dads Matter program

    Dads Matter

    Program helps young fathers build a strong foundation for life. June 19, 2020 by Melissa Yue Wallace
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    At The Salvation Army Bethany Hope Centre in Ottawa, a program for dads provides support through the joys and challenges of parenting.