150: A Celebration of the Salvation Army's Sesquicentennial

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9780794842406: 150: A Celebration of the Salvation Army's Sesquicentennial

Major Allen Satterlee, author of Voices From Haiti and editor-in-chief and National Literary Secretary of the Salvation Army, presents an engaging and beautifully illustrated history of the Army's first 150 years - from its founding in London in 1865 to its current role as a healing and nurturing presence in 126 nations, with 1.5 million soldiers, officers and adherents. The Salvation Army meets the physical and spiritual needs of the poor, destitute, and hungry, runs charity shops, operates shelters for the homeless, and provides disaster relief and humanitarian aid to developing countries. The Army's goals: to advance Christian religion, to educate, to relieve poverty, "and other charitable objects beneficial to society or the community of mankind as a whole." The sale of this book benefits the Salvation Army in its ongoing work.

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