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  • The Present Generation

    The Salvation Army’s Youth Action Committee ignites change for young people. September 15, 2022 by Abbigail Oliver
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    This year, Canada Bermuda Youth introduced the Youth Action Committee (YAC), a group of young adult representatives that will speak into topics and decisions at the territorial level regarding young people.

  • By the Book

    The foundation of Christian faith and practice. September 6, 2022 by Commissioner Floyd Tidd
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    As we watch students return to classrooms, hitting the books and taking new steps in their learning journey, the time is now for disciples of Jesus to renew our commitment to studying God’s Word, both in personal reading and study and as part of a community of fellow Christians in Bible study and small groups. 

  • Knowing Our Mission

    Day by Day is an inspiring and practical resource. August 29, 2022 by Major Jennifer Robins
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    How one corps is growing in ways they never thought possible as they serve God faithfully in response to his call to mission.

  • Ambassadors are encouraged to advocate for global issues in their communities

    Be an Ambassador

    You don’t need to leave home to make a difference in the world. August 22, 2022 by Robyn Goodyear
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    With the Salvation Army ambassador program, the mission field begins right at your doorstep.

  • Art of Faith

    Newfoundland artist and Salvationist Darrin Martin paints to honour God. August 16, 2022 by Abbigail Oliver
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    Darrin Martin returns to his roots as a visual artist, painting art inspired by the coastal landscape of Newfoundland and Labrador, music and lyrics, God and Scripture, and even The Salvation Army. 

  • Just Mercy

    What we can learn from an Indigenous approach to justice. August 15, 2022 by Rebekah McNeilly
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    As I have studied the work of Indigenous scholars, I have been struck by the focus on healing and repairing harm—and how this mirrors the way of Christ.

  • 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.