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Book Review: All Glory Tae God by David Armistead

Book Review: All Glory Tae God by David Armistead

Book Review: All Glory Tae God by David Armistead

18 January 2020

A new book providing insights into The Salvation Army in Scotland from 1879-2005.

Reviewed by Lieut-Colonel Laurie Robertson

I have a direct bloodline with Scotland through my father who migrated to Australia 94 years ago. So it is exciting for me to have had the opportunity to read All Glory Tae God, which provides fabulous insights into The Salvation Army in Scotland from 1879-2005.

There are wonderful stories of spiritual and physical transformation, rapid growth, wartime service and struggles, innovation and ongoing, relevant practical ministry to the vulnerable.

The Salvationist Scots are a hardy, resilient, creative, sleeves-rolled-up people and author David Armistead reveals this over and over again.

The past can inform and assist present and future ministry – this book helps us learn. Even if you don’t have a drop of Scottish blood running through your veins there is much to praise God for in All Glory Tae God.

Available at SPS-Shop.com

 

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