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  • Conspicuous Consumption

    What all those Amazon boxes reveal about our hearts. March 5, 2021 by Captain Anne Holden
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    Between one-day special sales and two-day free delivery, impulse buying has become easier and easier. The belief that something out there is going to make me happy is just one click away. It’s the original struggle, updated for the 21st century.
  • From left, Buhle Dlamini and Edi Matondo

    From Knowledge to Action

    Celebrating Black History Month in Canada. February 12, 2021 by Edi Matondo and Buhle Dlamini
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    In December 1995, Dr. Jean Augustine (the first African-Canadian woman elected to the House of Commons) led the motion for Canada to officially recognize February as Black History Month. Today, Black History Month provides the opportunity to recognize and celebrate contributions of Black Canadians of the past and present.
  • Team Family

    Consider a new approach to New Year’s resolutions. January 27, 2021 by Captain Bhreagh Rowe
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    What about trying a family resolution this year?
  • The Unwritten Page

    As we welcome a new year, we pray for courage and faith. January 2, 2021 by General Brian Peddle
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    If there was ever a time in history when our world needs the presence, ministry, love and service of The Salvation Army, it is now! It is my prayer that in 2021 we will be an Army that is out there, not confined to barracks by COVID or any other oppression, but that we will be a people mobilized by the Spirit, compelled by love and battle-ready. Because God is with us.
  • God and Toast

    One year of daily devotions for kids. December 22, 2020 by Major Stephen Court
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    To help our junior soldiers nail basic spiritual disciplines and get to know Jesus better, the brand new, 365-day rations resource called God & Toast is now available online for free.
  • A Man Named Joseph

    The quiet faithfulness of a humble carpenter. December 22, 2020 by Major Jo-Anne Brown
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    Through Joseph’s quiet faithfulness and acceptance of the extraordinary, we see God’s promise fulfilled through a seemingly ordinary couple—ordinary, yet extraordinary in their willingness to be part of God’s plan and to embrace what God asked of them, no matter what the cost may be.
  • Standing Up as a Vast Army

    Together in Mission concludes with powerful message from territorial leaders. December 21, 2020 by Geoff Moulton
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    For 12 weeks, from September 30 to December 16, the Canada and Bermuda Territory engaged in a series of online study and discussions entitled Together in Mission. Led by Commissioners Floyd and Tracey Tidd, territorial leaders, the sessions were hosted by Salvationists from across the territory.
  • Light in the Dark

    Christmas doesn’t always feel merry and bright. December 14, 2020 by Major Juan Burry
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    Let us ask ourselves what we can do, especially in a year that may be one of the most difficult Christmas seasons in recent memory, to bring light to the darkness.

  • A Fairy-Tale Christmas

    What does our devotion to Hallmark movies say about us? December 7, 2020 by Captain Laura Hickman
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    Beyond their predictable storylines, aesthetically pleasing sets and model casts, is it possible that Hallmark movies reveal something about our culture?
  • No Hugs Allowed

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