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  • A Perfect Plan

    God is at work bringing good out of bad, even in the middle of a pandemic. March 11, 2021 by Colonel Edward Hill
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    What does God have in store for us and our Salvation Army? I believe God will continue to bless us, as he always does, with rich opportunities for worship and service. As we continue to journey through this pandemic and look forward, let’s be confident that God will fulfil his plan for us and The Salvation Army.
  • How God is Shaping a Holy People When We Are Not Able to Gather In Person

    It begins with the heart of worship. March 9, 2021 by Commissioners Floyd and Tracey Tidd
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    Commissioners Floyd and Tracey Tidd speak on one of the most difficult decisions they had to make when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
  • Tanisha Bryan and Paul Puhringer

    Keeping Pace

    Peer support team helps shelter workers cope after a critical incident. March 9, 2021 by Giselle Randall
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    The P.A.C.E. (peers aiding in critical experiences) team is made up of employees from the various Salvation Army shelters in Peel Region and offers support during and after critical incidents.

  • From left, Col Wendy Swan, Yvonnne Mwanza and Virginia Musamblla

    Equipping, Empowering, Exploring

    Female empowerment and gender equity are top priority in the Zambia Territory. March 8, 2021 by Colonel Wendy Swan
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    In keeping with International Women’s Day, held each year on March 8 to celebrate the achievements of women and mark a call to action for accelerating women’s equality, here are some of the exciting things happening in the Zambia Territory.
  • The Big Picture

    Unpacking The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda’s new territorial vision statement. March 2, 2021 by Geoff Moulton
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    The Salvation Army Canada and Bermuda Territory's new vision statement will guide the development of a focused strategy in support of our mission over the next decade.
  • Cdts Tim and Kerrin Fraser, with their children, Jordan and Emily

    If At First …

    It took a couple of attempts for Tim and Kerrin Fraser to pursue officership, but they succeeded. February 26, 2021 by Ken Ramstead
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    The call to officership was not an “a-ha” moment for Tim and Kerrin Fraser. “God allowed the seed to grow,” says Kerrin. “It took years, but he allowed the flower to slowly bloom in its own time.”
  • Peter Cheung (left) directs Boundless Vancouver’s COVID-19 response

    Salvation Stories: For His Glory

    How God is preparing Peter Cheung to do his work—any time, anywhere, any cost, anything. February 25, 2021 by Peter Cheung
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    From Power to Change, to Artizo, to The Salvation Army, God has been preparing me to do his work.
  • Emmanuel Urey (centre)

    The Power of Education

    From a refugee camp to Salvation Army sponsorship to shaping the future. February 19, 2021 by Emmanuel K. Urey
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    "Nelson Mandela said, 'Education is the most powerful weapon that you can use to change the world.' I have seen first-hand the impact of this in my life."
  • Mjrs Gerry and Hannu Lindholm enrol senior soldier Aino Kulmala in the Vaasa Corps

    Nordic Adventures

    The mission of The Salvation Army in the happiest country in the world. February 18, 2021
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    Consistently ranked by the United Nations as “the happiest country in the world,” Finland is a place of opportunity for The Salvation Army. Canadian officers Majors Hannu and Gerry Lindholm are serving in the Finland and Estonia Territory as territorial corps property secretary and training college principal, respectively. Features editor Giselle Randall spoke with them about cultural differences, learning a new language and the Finnish spirit.
  • Single Minded

    Five ways to include those who aren’t married. February 11, 2021 by Captain Jaclyn Wynne
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    The church can’t continue to ignore the presence of single adults in its midst or treat them as a problem to be fixed.