September 2018 Issue
When a weary #SalvationArmy captain went to pick up food for people in need, he found spiritual nourishment in an unlikely place.
After years of being hurt by the church, Rick Apperson thought he was done. In this moving testimony, now-Lieutenant Rick shares how God broke through his despair, made him whole again and led him to officership:
Santa Claus parades are a wonderful way to showcase The Salvation Army’s brass bands and timbrel brigades, and spread Christmas cheer. But for Elizabeth Leduke, one parade encounter was so much more—it was life-changing:
This week, Salvation Army locations across the territory are launching their kettle campaigns—and volunteers are needed! Do you have what it takes to be a kettle worker?
The #SalvationArmy is always grateful for food donations, but sometimes receives damaged or expired items. Find out how the Army in Kenora, Ont., is keeping products out of the landfill with the help of some furry and feathered friends.