Hands-On Hope

From woodworking to sushi-making, Belleville Citadel, Ont., engages youth with Sticks and Stones skills program.


A new program at Belleville Citadel, Ont., called Sticks and Stones is  introducing youth to activities from woodworking to computer-building to sushi-making.

When in Rome

Canadian officers Lt-Colonels Andrew and Darlene Morgan share how God is moving in Italy and Greece.


Territorial leaders reflect on the most pressing social issues these countries face, the Army’s relationship with the Catholic Church, and how God is at work and changing lives.

"A Good Adventure"

Lillian McLeod celebrates a lifetime of Salvation Army service.


This April, Lillian “Lil” McLeod celebrated an impressive milestone as a Salvationist—96 years on the Salvation Army roll at Medicine Hat Community Church, Alta., and 80 years as a senior soldier.

The Way of the Pilgrim

A Salvationist’s experience of walking the legendary Camino de Santiago.


Sally Hill shares highlights and spiritual lessons from her journey along the ancient pilgrim route.

Army in Deer Lake Hosts 100th Anniversary Events

Corps and community come together for weekend celebration.

The Salvation Army in Deer Lake, N.L., marked its 100th anniversary with a weekend celebration themed “Re:Connect,” aiming to connect the congregation and community. The event, held in May, blended worship, fellowship and outreach to embody the corps’ new commitment statement: “Connecting with God, connecting with each

"A Beautiful Place"

Former Salvation Army client now provides support to others in their own recovery.

Faith & Friends

For 43 years, Craig Smith struggled with drug addiction. But The Salvation Army reignited his life. Craig underwent rehabilitation and then joined The Salvation Army’s Keystone program at Edmonton’s Centre of Hope.He believes his 18-month stay at Keystone was the best thing he could have done.“It saved my life,” he says.

Summer Fun

Salvation Army holiday camp helps participants such as Francis develop social and outdoor skills.

Faith & Friends

Salvation Army holiday camps helps participants develop social and outdoor skills.

A Mug's Game

Here’s a fun and simple DIY for a favourite someone.

Faith & Friends

Jazz up a second-hand mug using temporary tattoos, then fill it with your favourite tea, chocolate, etc.

July and August issues now available in print and online. issuu.com/salvationist

Cross Culture July 2024

New and Notable in July.

Opinion & Critical Thought
NEW & NOTABLE From the Curse to the Cross: How Jesus Saved a Muslim From the Curse by Rose Masih In From the Curse to the Cross: How Jesus Saved a Muslim Woman from the Curse, Rose Masih shares her powerful journey from a life cursed with fear and loneliness to one of freedom and salvation. Growing up as a Muslim woman, Masih was burdened by

Reconciliation Is Learning

Learn with us, holding truth in one hand and hope in the other.


This National Indigenous History Month and beyond, will you walk the reconciliation path with us? Healing happens when we walk together.

"What's New on Salvationist: Indigenous Ministries Website", with a screenshot of the new website.