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    Putting Down Roots Yazidi families settle in Winnipeg with the help of The Salvation Army.

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    There Goes the Neighbourhood

    When communities are redeveloped, who benefits?

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    If you live in any major city across Canada, you have likely seen “pockets” of poverty. Revitalization efforts are popular, in part because of the hope that it will reduce the effects of concentrated poverty. But who does it really help?

    A Deeper Well

    Reflections on COVID-19, the way of Christ and living into a new season.

    Women's Ministries

    I could write pages and pages about the “lessons learned” during the last 19 months—about the ways in which the Holy Spirit moved and spoke, revealed and uncovered, shook and stirred myself individually and the world collectively. I have a feeling that on a crisp October day, with a big mug of coffee and a journal in hand, you could write pages and pages as well.

    The Wisdom of the Cross

    The Crucifixion radically reshapes the Christian understanding of power and leadership.

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    Ambition and power might be the way of the world, but it is not the way of the crucified Messiah.

    The Battle Against Hunger

    The Salvation Army is helping to bring food security to those without.

    Faith & Friends

    October 16 has been designated by the UN as World Food Day. This comes just days after Thanksgiving, when many of us sat with family and enjoyed a large meal together. Maybe this year we will not only give thanks for what we have bu also reflect on the millions of people around the world who have far less than we do. As you will read, The Salvation Army's international development department is involved in many projects around the world, bringing food security to individuals and families.

    Coffee Conversations

    Sharing hope and encouragement, one double-double at a time.

    Faith & Friends
    In October 2019, Major Morgan Hillier, the Salvation Army pastor at Mount Pearl Corps, N.L., met a friend for coffee at a Tim Hortons. “He was going through some challenges. As we were talking, I gave him some advice, which I wrote on a napkin,” says Major Morgan. Wondering if others would find it useful as well, he snapped a picture

    The World is Waiting

    We are blessed to be a blessing.

    Opinion & Critical Thought
    It’s that time of year again. In the midst of all that our world has experienced and continues to wrestle with, we are invited to the table to give thanks together. We pause to celebrate the blessings and to hear again God’s invitation to be a people who bless.  Before the arrival of European settlers, First Nations across Turtle Island— how

    Native Land

    Reflecting on Thanksgiving in light of the history and ongoing impact of Indian residential schools.

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    As we acknowledge the painful truths of the Indian residential school system, what does it mean for Thanksgiving?