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'Safe with Jesus'

'Safe with Jesus'

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During World War One, two soldiers on opposing sides of the conflict found a moment of peace

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Paddle steamer shows its true colours

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When Major Jennifer Cloke boarded a Murray River paddle steamer to relive a childhood memory, she discovered a Salvation Army connection dating back decades.
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Sleeping under the penitent form

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Campsie Salvationist Joy Inglis reflects on what life was like growing up as a Salvation Army officers' kid in the 1950s and '60s
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A letter from the Founder ... to my grandmother!

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A letter from General William Booth led to a journey of discovery for Gosford Salvationist Wendy Evans.
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A very special 29 years

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Major Doreen Knop, 95, reflects on a rich life that included nearly three decades as a Salvation Army officer.
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My weakness became my strength

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Lieutenant-Colonel Rusty Adams used music and humour to engage with people young and old, counting his cockney wit and slight speech impediment as a blessing rather than a hindrance.
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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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