The Chosen

How one show about the life of Jesus has made a worldwide impact.

Faith & Friends

The Chosen is a groundbreaking drama based on the life of Jesus, garnering praise from critics and fans alike.

Embracing Hope

Through a difficult season of loss and grief, Rosalie Byers finds strength in God's faithfulness.

Features

Sometimes new beginnings arise from unexpected endings.

Bright Sadness

Journeying with Jesus through the wilderness of Lent.

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We may never know when the seasons of hardship will come, but when they do, we can be certain that God is not far, growth is possible and that his gift of peace is at hand. 

Young Liberia

The Salvation Army Polytechnic University College is preparing the next generation to succeed.

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Education is for improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it.—Marian Wright Edelman, founder and president emerita of the Children’s Defense Fund

New Community Resource Centre Opens in Calgary

Modern facility offers a safe place for recreation and Army services.

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(Above) From left, Mjr Rob Kerr, divisional secretary, Prairies and Northern Territories Div; Mjr Don Bladen, AC, Prairies and Northern Territories Div; Mjr Donna Bladen, DSWM, Prairies and Northern Territories Div; Cliff Wiebe; Mjr Karen Hoeft, executive director, Regina Waterston Ministries  After three years of planning, The Salvation
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

Lifeline of Hope

Salvation Army food bank a godsend for single mom in Prince George, B.C.

Faith & Friends

Unexpectedly laid off from her job and now experiencing some medical issues, Tawny Vittner turned to the Salvation Army food bank in Prince George, B.C., for help. "I know I can come here. There’s always something for me,” she says.

The Woman at the Well

A nameless woman goes from outcast to evangelist when she meets Jesus.

Faith & Friends

The parable of the woman at the well shows that, although Jesus knows everything about our past, He still loves and esteems us. He wants to change us from the inside out and give us His living water that will cleanse us of our past sins. And when others see the change in us, they’ll be thirsty for Jesus, too! 

Home Away From Home

For Breeze Mitchell, The Salvation Army was her centre of hope.

Faith & Friends

Breeze Mitchell was introduced to The Salvation Army’s Centre of Hope in Port Hardy, B.C.,in 2019. “This is a home away from home for me, and it is for a lot of other people, as well,” Breeze says

Join us for the Territorial Leaders' Year in Review with Commissioners Lee and Debbie Graves. February 22 at 11 a.m. ET. Watch at salvationist.ca/chapel