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Tea for transformation

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The ministry of the early Salvation Army was marked by many enterprising ventures, not the least of these its entry into the tea market.
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The General takes command

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In part two of a two-part series, Pipeline looks at the beginnings of The Salvation Army when, from a disparate group of enthusiastic mission workers, a General emerges to take command.
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The evolution of a spiritual army

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In part one of a two-part series, Pipeline looks at the beginnings of The Salvation Army, which is being led by an enthusiastic couple with a passion for saving souls.
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Part two: Sparks that lit a fire of salvation

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In part two of a two-part series, Pipeline investigates the early life of Salvation Army founders, William and Catherine Booth and the formative influence that eventually led them to found the Army.
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Part one: Sparks that lit a fire of salvation

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In part one of a two-part series, Pipeline investigates the early life of Salvation Army founders, William and Catherine Booth and the formative influence that eventually led them to found the Army.
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Counselling service answered the call

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After 32 years of counselling tens of thousands of Australians on the phone, Salvo Care Line made its final calls in June 2015.
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Symbol of service

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From its first appearance in World War One, through to its adoption as the iconic symbol of the annual doorknock appeal, the simple Salvation Army logo of the Red Shield has stood the test of time.
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History, what's the point?

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Does the recounting of The Salvation Army's history have any relevance, or is it just a case of interesting storytelling?
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The Inspector of Nuisances

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The Salvation Army has not always enjoyed the popularity and acceptance that it experiences today.
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Out of the crucible of human suffering

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As the nation pauses each April to remember Anzac Day, it's also a moment to acknowledge the contribution of The Salvation Army in World War One.
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