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A very special 29 years

A very special 29 years

2 July 2018

Major Doreen Knop, 95, reflects on a rich life that included nearly three decades as a Salvation Army officer.... Read more

My weakness became my strength

My weakness became my strength

5 June 2018

Lieutenant-Colonel Rusty Adams used music and humour to engage with people young and old, counting h... Read more

 A soldier as General of The Salvation Army?

A soldier as General of The Salvation Army?

23 May 2018

Salvation Army historian Garth Hentzschel asks the question, "Could a soldier be elected General of ... Read more

Multiculturalism a taste of heaven

Multiculturalism a taste of heaven

22 May 2018

Auburn Salvation Army in Sydney has been Salvationist Peter Woodbury's spiritual home since the late... Read more

An 'exceptional' past and an 'exciting' future

An 'exceptional' past and an 'exciting' future

11 April 2018

Lifelong Salvationist Don Haines remembers some of the most exciting days of his soldiership as time... Read more

When Bankstown 'bombarded

When Bankstown 'bombarded" for the Lord

5 March 2018

Bankstown Corps in Sydney celebrates its centenary on 14 March. Lieut-Colonel Ron Henry remembers th... Read more

And I mean to go on to the end

And I mean to go on to the end

5 February 2018

George Hazell (OF) reminisces about the impression a corps secretary made on his life in the Central... Read more

The rise of Catherine: from 'maiden tribute'  to the 'match girls'

The rise of Catherine: from 'maiden tribute' to the 'match girls'

27 December 2017

Exploring Catherine Booth's role in the establishment of the social justice heart of The Salvation A... Read more

The rise of Catherine

The rise of Catherine

27 December 2017

A renewed interest in Catherine Booth, reveals her as a notable figure in Victorian England, both fo... Read more

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