A Real "Su-paw Star"

“Round of a-paws” for Salvation Army therapy dog honoured with degree.

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Golden retriever Brengle is a regular visitor to Teesside University—in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire in northeast England—with his owner, Captain Naomi Kelly, the Middlesbrough Salvation Army pastor, as part of the chaplaincy service.Brengle is a famous face on the campus, which is located next to the Army church, offering support to students who may be struggling with stress or mental-health issues.

The Next Generation of Disciples

How do we equip gen Z to follow Jesus?


Non-discipleship costs abiding peace, a life penetrated throughout by love, faith that sees everything in the light of God’s overriding governance for good, hopefulness that stands firm in the most discouraging of circumstances, power to do what is right and withstand the forces of evil.

—Dallas Willard, The Great Omission

Music and Lyrics

Salvation Worship revives songwriting in The Salvation Army.


Salvation Worship, a publication from the music and arts ministries department, features contemporary worship music written by Salvationists from around the world.

Creator, Help Us Walk Gently

A prayer for Indigenous History Month.


I hope you sense my invitation to lean into this journey of reconciliation, opening our hearts to new experiences, a new language and, at times, uncomfortable honesty. 

Getting to know No 22

General-Elect, Commissioner Lyndon Buckingham, shares his thoughts as the next international leader of The Salvation Army.


General-Elect, Commissioner Lyndon Buckingham will assume office on August 3, following the retirement of General Brian Peddle.

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Hope in Deep Water

A childhood experience reminded me how God is always with us, if we allow Him to be.

Faith & Friends

When you are in deep waters and may even feel as if you are drowning—because of financial troubles, family woes or work strife—remember that God is always with you. 

Breaking the Mould

What do square watermelons and broken pots have in common?

Faith & Friends

In Japan, farmers cultivate square watermelons, so they can be conveniently stored and shipped. It sounds cracy, but maybe the idea of modification can have a positive spin. Just like the transformed watermelons, we can also allow ourselves to be shaped and moulded by God, fashioned into something extraordinarily beautiful.

The Breath of Life

Prayer is at the heart of the INSPIRE Conference and Congress.

Opinion & Critical Thought

Salvationists from across the Canada and Bermuda Territory and beyond will soon converge on Toronto for the 2023 INSPIRE Conference and Congress. It will be an opportunity to gather in God’s presence for a time of rejoicing and worship, as one Army, with one mission and one message.