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  • Home Sweet Hope

    London Centre of Hope is more than just a transitional home. September 15, 2020 By Leigha Vegh
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    When Michelle Boissonneault moved into her private room at the Salvation Army's Centre of Hope, she was weeks away from being dead after spending one of the most brutally cold winters on the streets of London, Ont. Now, she is taking one day at a time and thankful to have a place she can call home.
  • My Calling

    Or, how God makes me restless then finally says, “Go.” September 14, 2020 By Natalie Williams
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    I have been reminded over and over in this journey of officership that when we are living in light of the largeness of God’s kingdom, when we are committed to his glory above our own, his spirit shapes our desires.
  • Mjrs Frank and Rita Pittman are the corps officers at Corner Brook Temple

    Keeping Christ at the Centre

    Majors Frank and Rita Pittman share their thoughts on the important role of the corps officer. September 11, 2020
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    Majors Frank and Rita Pittman continue to serve in a shared ministry that has taken them to a variety of corps and administrative roles, including as the divisional leaders in Bermuda.
  • Brighter Futures for Brazil

    The Salvation Army is meeting the practical needs of children in São Paulo. September 8, 2020 By Robyn Goodyear
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    The Salvation Army in Brazil provides hope for a brighter future for many children and families who are at risk in the Vila dos Pescadores community.
  • Cameron Eggie in front of The Salvation Army's community and family services in Fort St. John, B.C.

    Northern Exposure

    From recovery to reclaiming his Indigenous identity, Cameron Eggie is growing in Army leadership. September 1, 2020 by Giselle Randall
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    "We have a front-row seat to people’s lives and it’s an incredible responsibility, but also an incredible gift."
  • The Bible Jesus Read

    We need the Old Testament to understand the mission of God and the identity of the church. August 27, 2020 by Donald E. Burke
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    Without the Old Testament, we are left with only a partial understanding—and perhaps even a misunderstanding—of the mission of God for the salvation of the world.
  • Major Elaine Locke in her uniform.

    Now and Then

    I rediscovered an essay I wrote for training college 20 years ago. What would I find? August 24, 2020 by Major Elaine Locke
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    As I look at my life today and compare it to the expectations I penned so many years ago, I sincerely pray that I have represented well the gift of influence.
  • Serving in a Pandemic

    Volunteers embody what it means to give hope today. August 17, 2020 By Leigha Vegh
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    When COVID-19 took the world by storm, the more than 130,000 Salvation Army volunteers continued serving on the front lines to bring necessities and hope to the most vulnerable across the Canada and Bermuda Territory.
  • Mike Forsey hikes the East End of Rundle Mountain near Canmore, Alta. (Photo: Gil Molina)

    On This Mountain

    Three moments that changed my life. August 13, 2020 by Mike Forsey
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    Jesus brings restoration, love and truth to the world and tells me who I am in him.
  • At a Crossroads

    Remand program shows clients the power of choice. August 10, 2020 By Leigha Vegh
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    The Community Alternatives to Remand program (CAR) at The Salvation Army's Crossroads Residential Services in Saskatoon allows those who have been charged with an offense an opportunity to deal with their matters while in the community.