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Waving the White Flag

I agonized over how I looked. Until God showed me His image of myself.

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Jeanette Levellie realized Jesus was telling her that all her fuss over the colour of her hair was distracting her from His plan for her life—to learn from Him and share His Word. 

A Boy Called Christmas

In this new movie, young Nikolas is tasked with bringing a spark of hope to the world.

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Released on Netflix in November, A Boy Called Christmas is an origin story of  Father Christmas based on the children’s book by Matt Haig of the same name. 

O Christmas Tree

Thanks to a unique program, The Salvation Army in Ottawa shared the joy of Christmas.

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Thanks to a unique program, The Salvation Army in Ottawa shared the joy of Christmas by providing artificial Christmas trees to local families.

(No) Kids Without Christmas

Chatham brothers spur community effort to provide toys for children.

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Two brothers from Chatham, Ont., donated more than $5,000 worth of toys to The Salvation Army through their community bottle drive last December, bringing joy to children in need at Christmas. “We like to give back to the community and want to make children’s dreams come true,” says Brett Gore, one of the brothers.

Stepping Up to the Challenge

Company helps blow the roof off Salvation Army kettle drive.

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For several years now, the team at Whonnock Roofing and Gutters in Maple Ridge, B.C., has been volunteering and raising support for The Salvation Army Ridge Meadows Ministries through the Christmas kettle campaign.

One-Shop Stop

Making a list and checking it twice is so much easier if you thrift it the smart way!

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Have you ever considered second-hand for those special people in your life? A Salvation Army thrift store is a great way to score unique pieces, stick to your holiday budget and check all the items off your shopping list.

Motorcycles on a Mission

Salvation Army toy run's massive haul will make Christmas brighter for families in need.

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The Moose Jaw Cycle Association in Saskatchewan come through in a bigway for The Salvation Amy's toy run, and thanks to their efforts, hundreds of children will have a merry Christmas.

Bird's Eye View

How an encounter with some fine-feathered friends reminded me not to worry.

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Is keeping birds off the road much like raising teenagers? This is what Diane Stark and her daughter, Julia, discussed one day while they were running errands in the family car. Their answer might surprise you!

The Voices of Angels

From kettle bells to Broadway, this sister duo's talent soars.

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Cassandra and Callahan Armstrong went viral for their moving rendition of An Easter Hallelujah, which provided encouragement to millions looking for inspiration and peace.

Brooke's Way Back

Hard work and determination helped a young man turn his life around.

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“The Salvation Army took me in and treated me like family,” Brooke beams. “It doesn’t matter where you come from, who you are or what you believe—The Salvation Army is here to help without judgment.”

Mary's Memories

For one woman's veteran father, The Salvation Army was everywhere during the Second World War.

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From the time he returned from the Second World War until his death, Henry Bellegarde always donated to The Salvation Army. Recognizing all the work and dedication he had seen during the war had had an impact on him, and his daughter, Mary, inherited his love for the Army as well. 

Serving Soldiers

Iconic Salvation Army kettles come to the aid of the Royal Canadian Legion.

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When the Royal Canadian Legion needed help to raise funds for their Poppy Campaign, they turned to The Salvation Army in their time of need.

Getting to Know You

God surprised me with a compliment from an unlikely source.

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Jeanette Levellie had steered away from someone who had made unkind comments to her. But taking up the opportunity to preach at that person's church made Jeanette nervous. Would Robin approach her after the worship service and make a hurtful remark?