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A soldier as General of The Salvation Army?

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Salvation Army historian Garth Hentzschel asks the question, "Could a soldier be elected General of The Salvation Army?"

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Multiculturalism a taste of heaven

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Auburn Salvation Army in Sydney has been Salvationist Peter Woodbury's spiritual home since the late 1940s. During that time he's seen the corps change to become a vibrant multicultural church.
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An 'exceptional' past and an 'exciting' future

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Lifelong Salvationist Don Haines remembers some of the most exciting days of his soldiership as times of great change.
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When Bankstown 'bombarded" for the Lord

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Bankstown Corps in Sydney celebrates its centenary on 14 March. Lieut-Colonel Ron Henry remembers the early days of the corps, from 'bombarding' to seeing souls saved at the penitent form
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And I mean to go on to the end

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George Hazell (OF) reminisces about the impression a corps secretary made on his life in the Central West NSW town of Dubbo.
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The rise of Catherine: from 'maiden tribute' to the 'match girls'

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Exploring Catherine Booth's role in the establishment of the social justice heart of The Salvation Army.
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The rise of Catherine

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A renewed interest in Catherine Booth, reveals her as a notable figure in Victorian England, both for the church and in the history of modern feminism.
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William Booth owned a pub!

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Our Army founder was never afraid to take on the establishment.
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On your bike!

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Lauren Martin revisits the days when Salvo riders kept the ministry wheels turning.
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