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Humble Salvo a modern-day St John

Humble Salvo a modern-day St John

21 January 2022

Bestowing sainthood has never been part of the tradition of The Salvation Army, but in the eyes of the public John Irwin came close to it...Read more

Tea for transformation

Tea for transformation

14 January 2022

The ministry of the early Salvation Army was marked by many enterprising ventures, not the least of ...Read more

Evolution of a spiritual army

Evolution of a spiritual army

24 December 2021

In the poorest part of London, an ‘Army’ forms that within 150 years will encircle the world. Ot...Read more

Sparks that lit a fire of salvation - Part 1

Sparks that lit a fire of salvation - Part 1

10 December 2021

In part one of a two-part series, Others Online investigates the early life of William Booth and the...Read more

Early Army heralded the Christmas Cry

Early Army heralded the Christmas Cry

3 December 2021

Reading the Christmas issue of The War Cry from cover to cover...Read more

Tom's trumpet

Tom's trumpet

26 November 2021

Captain Sutherand’s pocket cornet hit the high notes in the Army’s early days...Read more

Cuppa tea, General?

Cuppa tea, General?

19 November 2021

How Booth's favourite cup and saucer ended up in Australia...Read more

Our enduring symbol of service

Our enduring symbol of service

12 November 2021

Major David Woodbury unlocks the Army Archives on the Army's red shield logo ...Read more

The evangelical entrepreneur

The evangelical entrepreneur

5 November 2021

Major David Woodbury unlocks the Army Archives on James Barker, considered to be the founder of The ...Read more

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