Turning Points: How the Salvation Army Found a Different Path
Author: Allen Satterlee
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Never in the history of the world has there been an organization like The Salvation Army.
When founders William and Catherine Booth combined the existing ecclesiastical structure of the Christian Mission with the framework of the military, it was more than a gimmick - something new was created. If that were not enough, in 1890 The ARmy wagted a full frontal attack on society's ills and incorporated a social service ministry. To this day there is nothing else quite like it.
Turning Points outlines key moments in The Salvation Army's history and illustrates how Salvationists faithfully serve God and all of humanity.
Lt. Colonel Allen Satterlee is Editor-in-Chief and National Literary Secretary for The Salvation Army in the USA. He previously served in Singapore, Papua New Guinea and Jamaica as well as the USA. His other books include In the Balance; Determined to Conquer; The History of The Salvation Army Caribbean Territory; Voices from Haiti, and Salvation Assault.
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