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REBIRTH OF THE OPEN-AIR

Can there be a rebirth of The Salvation Army’s open-air ministry? Order of the Founder recipient, Lt-Colonel Lyell Rader identifies five strategic goals that will aid in our rediscovery of the open-air.

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Who Am I?

An exploration of The Salvation Army 1902 Directory. In this study, we see the essence of Salvationism captured in the seed ideas sown into young Salvationists through intentional discipleship.

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How To Reach The Masses

We are proud to present for your reading enjoyment, How to Reach the Masses with the Gospel. This gemstone in our William Booth Collection series offers an amazing window into the early Salvation Army.

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Ash Barrel Jimmy

Today we celebrate the 136th anniversary of the conversion of James Kemp, otherwise known as Ash Barrel Jimmy, The Salvation Army’s first convert in America.

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Sweet Salvation Chocolate Bar

Nothing is sweeter than God’s salvation. The “Sweet Salvation” chocolate bar is an evangelistic tool that proclaims God’s salvation for humankind made possible by the richness, and sweetness, of God’s grace.

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Why does The Salvation Army have a flag?

"So we'll lift up the banner on high, The salvation banner of love; We'll fight beneath its colors till we die, Then go to our home above."

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Declaration of War

Capturing the same clarity of vision which Evangeline Booth had when recognizing where the real battle for the salvation of souls takes place.

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On the Hunt: Pulling Down the Devil’s Kingdom

Read about one of the most incredible descriptions from 1880 of spiritual warfare and fervent evangelism that highlight the key to the Army's success. The imagery describes Salvationists 'on the hunt' - inspired by first-hand testimonies which confirmed that 'aggressive Christianity' was not merely a cute metaphor, but an inspirational reality.

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