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September 4th 2013
| by Brent

A member of a trailblazing Sixties chart pop group which gave all its royalties to help people in need, has published a book lifting the lid on fame and life on tour to celebrate the group’s 50th birthday.

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April 30th 2013
| by Gaby

One of the biggest challenges facing any Church today is figuring out how to make a 2000 year old text relevant in a world of tablet computers, smart phones and instant connectivity to the internet.

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January 31st 2013
| by Anonymous

As a Christian church and registered charity offering friendship and practical help to people of all ages and backgrounds. For the latest updates, follow us on our very own Salvation Army Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/salvationarmyuk.

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December 14th 2012
| by Gaby

This Christmas, Mr. Kipling will be bringing a spot of seasonal cheer to British commuters with a Christmas Cake-To-Go dispenser located in spots around the UK.

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November 23rd 2012
| by Gaby

The UK’s most popular Christian newspaper, The War Cry, is being published in digital format for the first time.

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September 24th 2012
| by Gaby

Major Beverly Ivany is the author of 'Words of Life', the devotional book published by the international Salvation Army .

She has also written 'Kid Talk', 'Teen Talk' and 'Mentorship: A Guide for Developing Healthy Mentoring Relationships' and has served in various appointments with The Salvation Army in Canada.

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May 25th 2012
| by Gaby

Portraits - a month in the life of The Salvation Army is a new book that offers a fascinating insight into the life and mission of The Salvation Army in the UK and Republic of Ireland today.

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May 17th 2012
| by Gaby

The Salvation Army is celebrating London 2012 with a special edition of its famous weekly newspaper, The War Cry. Free copies will be given to members of the public watching the Torch Relay, the Games and the Paralympics from Saturday (19 May 2012) until September.

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