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  • No Hugs Allowed

    Has a new class of untouchables been created? November 23, 2020 by Captain Lynda Wakelin
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    Opinion & Critical Thought, Web Exclusive
    The importance of healthy and appropriate touch.

  • Word and Deed

    Reflecting on integrated mission on the 130th anniversary of In Darkest England, and the Way Out. October 29, 2020 by Colonel Debbie Graves
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    Whether we call it integrated mission, incarnational ministry, pioneering, holistic transformation or community capacity development, the plain and simple truth is that “we are the lives in which Jesus is incarnated every day and everywhere we go.”
  • A Lesson in Faith

    Five ways to manage anxiety and focus on the things that matter with kids back in school. October 7, 2020 by Captain Bhreagh Rowe
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    Kids are now back in school, whether in person, online, at home or a mix. For some, that’s exciting. For others, it’s stressful. For us, we are somewhere in the middle of those two realities.
  • My Brother’s Keeper

    The Canadian Council of Churches calls for end to Safe Third Country Agreement. September 16, 2020 by Peter Noteboom
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    Acts of charity and justice can relieve suffering and put people on a better course, but right changes in policy and legislation can be much more effective over the long term in treating people with justice, dignity and hospitality.
  • Bible School

    Help your kids learn to read Scripture. September 4, 2020 by Captain Bhreagh Rowe
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    We’re pretty good at making sure our kids are prepared for the day, but it's important fro them to be prepared for life and the world as well--by learning how to study the Bible.
  • What Really Matters

    Finding meaning in suffering and grief during the pandemic. August 28, 2020 by Danielle Strickland
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    There are five stages in a classic model of grief that we can link to COVID-19.
  • Alone in a Crowd

    Churches can be lonely places. We need to equip people in friendship-making. August 20, 2020 by Mike Frost
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    It shouldn't be the newcomer's responsibility to make friends at church.
  • Prevent the Spread

    Wearing a mask is a way to demonstrate love. August 7, 2020 by Darryn Oldford
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    COVID-19, Web Exclusive
    If non-believers are out in the community wearing masks to protect the medically vulnerable and be good neighbours, why wouldn’t those of us who profess faith in God—a faith that calls us to love our fellow man?
  • True Friendship

    From Halifax to Papua New Guinea, Salvationists take friendship global. July 30, 2020 by Jan Keats
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    A friendship 15 years in the making.
  • How Can I Keep From Singing?

    Six ways to worship without congregational music. July 28, 2020 by Craig Lewis
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    COVID-19, Web Exclusive

    Congregational singing may be absent from our corporate worship for the immediate future. While there is no replacement for singing, there are certainly ways we can both augment our personal devotional time while allowing a different expression of worship to emerge.