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Divine inspiration - the musical legacy of Arthur Gullidge

Divine inspiration - the musical legacy of Arthur Gullidge

17 September 2021

Salvation Army composer Arthur Gullidge's music has enriched the spiritual lives of thousands around the world... Read more

Book Review: Someone Cares by Alan H. Ritson

Book Review: Someone Cares by Alan H. Ritson

11 September 2021

A memoir about 9/11.... Read more

Gripped by the grace of God (Part 2)

Gripped by the grace of God (Part 2)

3 September 2021

In part two of a two-part series, Major David Woodbury shares the inspiring story of George Walker a... Read more

Gripped by the grace of God

Gripped by the grace of God

27 August 2021

In part one of a two-part series, Major David Woodbury shares the inspiring story of George Walker a... Read more

The pioneer pedigree of Australia's first officers

The pioneer pedigree of Australia's first officers

20 August 2021

David Woodbury reveals the impact that Adelaide and Thomas Sutherland had on The Salvation Army's ea... Read more

Early Army's way was to seize the day

Early Army's way was to seize the day

13 August 2021

Pioneer Salvationists in Australia developed many diverse aspects of Christian ministry and service... Read more

An unsung hero - Australia's first General

An unsung hero - Australia's first General

30 July 2021

In part one of a two-part series, Major David Woodbury profiles the first Australian to become Gener... Read more

One for the archives as historian makes history himself

One for the archives as historian makes history himself

15 June 2021

Lindsay Cox receives Queen's Birthday honour... Read more

The poem that shaped our history

The poem that shaped our history

9 June 2021

William Booth's recitation reveals much about the Founder... Read more

The mystery of the flag remnant

The mystery of the flag remnant

5 May 2021

Wartime flag finds its way to Australia... Read more

Spiritual battle on the Kokoda Track

Spiritual battle on the Kokoda Track

25 April 2021

God sets Mark on a new path... Read more

Lindsay's war book a 'labour of love'

Lindsay's war book a 'labour of love'

20 April 2021

Lindsay Cox reflects on writing Cuppa Tea, Digger?... Read more

Book Review: Sanctified Sanity by R. David Rightmire

Book Review: Sanctified Sanity by R. David Rightmire

13 April 2021

The life and theology of Samuel L Brengle... Read more

Agents of truth: Historic yarning in Cherbourg community

Agents of truth: Historic yarning in Cherbourg community

12 April 2021

Reconciliation in action as ministry team begins series of meetings... Read more

Moree celebrates mission and ministry milestone

Moree celebrates mission and ministry milestone

5 February 2021

Salvos still living, loving and fighting in north-west NSW town... Read more

New life breathed into old Army hall

New life breathed into old Army hall

27 January 2021

Family to sell piece of Army history after careful renovation... Read more

Book Review: Crown of Glory, Crown of Thorns

Book Review: Crown of Glory, Crown of Thorns

16 January 2021

This is a fitting tribute that has the potential to shape the future of the Army – if we learn fro... Read more

Celebrating 120 years since Federation in Australia

Celebrating 120 years since Federation in Australia

30 December 2020

Taking a look at The Salvation Army's unique role in the beginnings of our nation... Read more

Christmas with The Joystrings

Christmas with The Joystrings

21 December 2020

Will 'A Starry Night' be playing in your home this Yuletide season?... Read more

Parramatta Corps opens new door to mission opportunities

Parramatta Corps opens new door to mission opportunities

14 December 2020

Purpose-built facility to be a 'refuge' in Sydney's west... Read more

Remembering the fallen

Remembering the fallen

11 November 2020

Stopping at the 11th hour to reflect and give thanks... Read more

Big-hearted Bill a casualty of war

Big-hearted Bill a casualty of war

11 November 2020

The story of a Salvation Army officer who gave his life in service for his country and his God... Read more

Remembering the West Gate Bridge collapse

Remembering the West Gate Bridge collapse

15 October 2020

Army officer recalls personal experience on 50th anniversary of the disaster ... Read more

Salvation Army and the fight for women's right to vote

Salvation Army and the fight for women's right to vote

19 September 2020

Did you know that the word suffrage has a second definition: intercessory prayers... Read more

Groundbreaking Army production was not for the faint-hearted

Groundbreaking Army production was not for the faint-hearted

10 September 2020

Soldiers of the Cross celebrates 120th anniversary ... Read more

Army soldiering on after 140 years of 'fighting' for souls

Army soldiering on after 140 years of 'fighting' for souls

5 September 2020

Aussie Salvos mark special day with sleeves rolled up ... Read more

Cuppa tea, Digger?

Cuppa tea, Digger?

2 September 2020

New Salvo history book set to be released... Read more

In darkest Melbourne and the way out

In darkest Melbourne and the way out

30 July 2020

Williams Booth's book impacts former police chief commissioner... Read more

Book Review: From the Archives by David J. Miller

Book Review: From the Archives by David J. Miller

16 July 2020

Stories of Salvation Army struggles and victories... Read more

The eternal flame

The eternal flame

29 May 2020

What God initiated at Pentecost is still at work today... Read more

Thirteen Astonishing Years by John Larsson

Thirteen Astonishing Years by John Larsson

27 May 2020

Adaptation key to the DNA of The Salvation Army... Read more

Book review: Attending to the National Soul by Stuart Piggin and Robert D. Linder

Book review: Attending to the National Soul by Stuart Piggin and Robert D. Linder

25 May 2020

How the Christian faith interacted with the Australian community over 100 years... Read more

Book Review: Damascus by Christos Tsiolkas

Book Review: Damascus by Christos Tsiolkas

13 April 2020

Damascus shocks and confuses, but also comforts readers.... Read more

Remarkable women who shaped our history

Remarkable women who shaped our history

9 March 2020

International Women's Day is celebrated every year on 8 March, yet women are honoured every day of t... Read more

Lemonade bottle a trophy of grace

Lemonade bottle a trophy of grace

6 March 2020

Mary "Poll" Cott's infamous story is told at The Salvation Army's Heritage Museum in Melbourne.... Read more

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.... Read more

Book Review: Deep Time Dreaming - Uncovering Ancient Australia by Dr Billy Griffiths

Book Review: Deep Time Dreaming - Uncovering Ancient Australia by Dr Billy Griffiths

11 January 2020

This book shows how we can work together to bring healing in this land.... Read more

Is our social services history, history?

Is our social services history, history?

23 November 2016

When it comes to facts and dates, do we have The Salvation Army's history "down pat" or "in the vaul... Read more

Celebration of The Song Book of The Salvation Army

Celebration of The Song Book of The Salvation Army

4 October 2016

Brenda Inglis presents her new book, The Revival Hymn Book, at a recent The Salvation Army Historica... Read more

Book Review: Saved, Sanctified and Serving by Denis Metrustery

Book Review: Saved, Sanctified and Serving by Denis Metrustery

20 September 2016

Served, Sanctified and Serving by Denis Mestrustery, delves into The Salvation Army's history and th... Read more

Fearless pioneer paved way in PNG

Fearless pioneer paved way in PNG

24 August 2016

Sixty years ago this month, The Salvation Army's Australia Eastern Territory officially began work i... Read more

Australasian Journal of Salvation Army History

Australasian Journal of Salvation Army History

16 August 2016

Want to know more about The Salvation Army's history? The Australasian Journal of Salvation Army His... Read more

The significant contribution of women

The significant contribution of women

12 August 2016

When The Salvation Army's founder commented that "some of my best men are women", he articulated a p... Read more

The 95-year divide

The 95-year divide

27 July 2016

With the official Australia One unification of the two Salvation Army territories now underway, P... Read more

On a high note

On a high note

7 June 2016

For decades, composer Colonel Robert Redhead has given Salvationists music to encourage and inspire.... Read more

The Army in miniature

The Army in miniature

3 June 2016

Salvationist Norman Cuthbert makes history with one metal figurine at a time.... Read more

History records 'Hard Yakka' of officership

History records 'Hard Yakka' of officership

19 May 2016

Army's mission the one constant in ever-changing world.... Read more

Tea for transformation

Tea for transformation

17 May 2016

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

The evolution of a spiritual army

The evolution of a spiritual army

15 May 2016

In part one of a two-part series, Pipeline looks at the beginnings of The Salvation Army, which is b... Read more

Part two: Sparks that lit a fire of salvation

Part two: Sparks that lit a fire of salvation

14 May 2016

In part two of a two-part series, Pipeline investigates the early life of Salvation Army founders, W... Read more

Part one: Sparks that lit a fire of salvation

Part one: Sparks that lit a fire of salvation

13 May 2016

In part one of a two-part series, Pipeline investigates the early life of Salvation Army founders, W... Read more

Symbol of service

Symbol of service

11 May 2016

From its first appearance in World War One, through to its adoption as the iconic symbol of the annu... Read more

History, what's the point?

History, what's the point?

10 May 2016

Does the recounting of The Salvation Army's history have any relevance, or is it just a case of inte... Read more

The Inspector of Nuisances

The Inspector of Nuisances

9 May 2016

The Salvation Army has not always enjoyed the popularity and acceptance that it experiences today.... Read more

Out of the crucible of human suffering

Out of the crucible of human suffering

25 April 2016

As the nation pauses each April to remember Anzac Day, it's also a moment to acknowledge the contrib... Read more