While I am grateful personally for faith, grace and peace, I also believe it is needed and available for us as the Canada and Bermuda Territory. God intends to do great things among and through us as we are on this journey of transformation.
In Genesis 2, God says: “It is not good for the man to be alone” (Genesis 2:18). Humans are inherently social, but the past two years have perhaps been the most isolating in a century. What role can the church play in building authentic community?
Why updating the terms we use in The Salvation Army matters
by Captain Mark StanleyFeature
The Salvation Army will always need good policies to guide us, and that requires us to put our mission at the forefront and listen to the people the policy will impact, our mission partners and those we serve each day.
The Salvation Army is active in more than 130 countries worldwide. With such a wide scope of ministry, there are many service opportunities for both officers and lay personnel interested in serving overseas. Below is a list of available positions in other Salvation Army territories, prepared by the IHQ personnel
During Emergency Preparedness Week in May, the Government of Canada announced $150 million in funding to support non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in their humanitarian response to COVID-19 and other large-scale emergencies.
The communities of our world need us to stand out and be beacons of light and hope as followers of Jesus, as holy people. We can be the place where people find belonging, in discovering they belong to God.