Perfect Harmony

Abigail Morson blends faith, music and youth ministries.

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“Music was always in our home,” says Salvationist Abigail Morson, who grew up in The Salvation Army’s Mississauga Community Church, Ont. With both parents involved in Army music—her father in the Canadian Staff Band (CSB) and her mother in the Canadian Staff Songsters—it seemed only natural that she follow in their

Northern Lights

Doreen Gill on finding fellowship in Yellowknife.

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Doreen Gill has lived in Yellowknife, capital city of the Northwest Territories, for more than 40 years. She is a committed member of The Salvation Army, a dependable volunteer and a proud grandma. She shares how her church family has helped her overcome grief and loneliness.

More Than a Song

Five questions to ask when choosing music for worship.

Features

"I hope the tips in this article—some theological, some musical—will help you make decisions when it comes to planning and preparing for gathered worship."

Salvationists Honour Empress of Ireland

More than 100 people gather for 110th anniversary memorial service in Toronto

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On Saturday, May 26, more than 100 Salvationists, officers, descendants and families gathered in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, for the 110th anniversary memorial service for the Empress of Ireland. The service honoured the 150 officers and soldiers who lost their lives in the tragic sinking that took place on May 29, 1914, as well as the

Army Partners With Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

Three-year project offers funding to residential facilities across the country.

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The Salvation Army and the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) have agreed to a three-year project that will offer dedicated repair and renewal dollars to residential facilities across the country. The partnership includes $45 million in funding from The Salvation Army and a $30-million contribution from CMHC, totalling a $75-million

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Marketing for Good

Ellen Graf-Martin’s legacy of hope, generosity and justice.

Faith & Friends

How does a small blue dish sitting on a glass shelf in Ellen Graf-Martin's dining room remind her of a centuries-old legacy?

What If?

In faith as in imaginary friends, seeing is believing.

Faith & Friends

Having faith in God can feel a bit like believing in an imaginary friend. It’s normal to have occasional doubts about our faith. But the best news is that, even if we’ve left behind our faith at some point, God will always welcome us back with open arms. And there’s no IFs, ands or buts about that!

Leonard's Last Chance

Salvation Army helps retiree get sober and find purpose again.

Faith & Friends

“I’ll remember that for the rest of my life because I have my life back," Leonard Ord says of the call his family made to The Salvation Army in Halifax’s Anchorage Recovery Program, a six-month residential rehabilitation program for men.

Sacrificial Love

The Army’s mission hasn’t changed. It’s still about God’s love in action.

Opinion & Critical Thought
(Above) Strawberry Field, the site of a former Salvation Army children’s home immortalized by John Lennon in the Beatles hit, Strawberry Fields Forever, is now a centre offering vocational training, a cultural and heritage exhibition and space for spiritual refreshment Earlier this year, my wife, Colonel Lani, and I travelled to the

Pull Up a Chair

No matter where we “sit” in The Salvation Army, the mission is the same.

Opinion & Critical Thought

I am called to move purposefully in this world, to find the places and spaces where my life intersects with those around me, and to be an ambassador for Christ.

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