Salvation Army General to Appear on 100 Huntley Street

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The Salvation Army’s World Leader, General Linda Bond, will appear on 100 Huntley Street, Canada’s longest running daily talk show.

On Thursday, July 12, 2012, the General will appear “Live” on Global at 9 a.m. The program re-airs on CTS at 11 a.m. and 9 p.m.

Click here to find a complete listing of times and stations 100 Huntley Street airs across Canada.

General Bond is in Toronto July 7-14 leading The Salvation Army’s International Conference of Leaders where 129 leaders from every Salvation Army territory and command will discuss subjects such as the marginalized, women’s ministry and leadership, and youth and children.

For more information and daily updates on the ICL click here.

 

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