Breaking Down Walls

Mohawk musician Jonathan Maracle shares a message of forgiveness and healing.

Faith & Friends

Jonathan Maracle is the founder and lead singer of Broken Walls, a music group that has travelled around the world, sharing the message of Jesus and building bridges across cultures, for almost 30 years. Last August, he was the musical guest at The Salvation Army’s fifth annual Celebration of Culture, held in partnership with Indigenous Pathways, in Alberta.

The Salvation Army Marks Orange Shirt Day

How three ministry units are taking steps on the journey of reconciliation.


Each year, September 30 marks Canada’s National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, also known as Orange Shirt Day, to raise awareness of the impact of Indian residential schools, remember the children who never returned home and honour survivors, their families and communities. The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda is committed to recognizing this day and taking intentional steps on the journey to reconciliation.

From Streets to Success

In Kenya, The Salvation Army provides necessities for today and gives hope for tomorrow.

Faith & Friends

With support from the Brighter Futures Children’s Sponsorship Program, The Salvation Army in Kenya is supporting families and their children who have no place to call home through a community outreach program.

Have Wheels, Will Travel

How a bike from The Salvation Army helped a Winnipeg radio host.

Faith & Friends

The purchase of a bike from The Salvation Army had a significant impact on Christian Aumell's life and helped him through a challenging period of adjustment.

An Enduring Faithfulness

How The Salvation Army shaped my town—and me.

It was the fall of 1899 in my hometown of Monkstown—then known as Paradise Sound—a tiny, isolated community accessible only by boat in Newfoundland and Labrador. The town had no church building and no regular full-time minister. In faith, the men of the town built a church. They called it the “Whosoever House,” and they