September 2018 Issue
Santa Claus parades are a wonderful way to showcase The Salvation Army’s brass bands and timbrel brigades, and spread Christmas cheer. But for Elizabeth Leduke, one parade encounter was so much more—it was life-changing:
This week, Salvation Army locations across the territory are launching their kettle campaigns—and volunteers are needed! Do you have what it takes to be a kettle worker?
The #SalvationArmy is always grateful for food donations, but sometimes receives damaged or expired items. Find out how the Army in Kenora, Ont., is keeping products out of the landfill with the help of some furry and feathered friends.
The Salvation Army is responding as unprecedented wildfires hit northern and southern California:
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The medical mission continues for Canadian Salvationists April Barthau and Marco Herrera Lopizic, a nurse and a doctor who run a Salvation Army medical clinic in Papua New Guinea. Read the latest update on their vital ministry: