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The General Witnesses Progress in Haiti

The General Witnesses Progress in Haiti

23 November 2012

General Linda Bond visits Haiti to see progress of Salvos rebuilding work following devastating earthquake in January 2010 ... Read more

Seekers Kneel at the Cross During the General's Easter Visit to Norwich

Seekers Kneel at the Cross During the General's Easter Visit to Norwich

27 April 2012

A NUMBER of seekers knelt at the mercy seat and at the foot of a cross in Norwich Citadel, United Ki... Read more

Were you there?

Were you there?

26 March 2012

In her Easter Message to the global Salvation Army, General Linda Bond asks us to reflect on the suf... Read more

The General Reveals Welsh Links During Visit to Land of Song

The General Reveals Welsh Links During Visit to Land of Song

23 March 2012

'Songs of praises', as featured in the great Welsh hymn 'Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah', resounded ... Read more

The General Shares with Salvation Army Leaders at Conference in New Zealand

The General Shares with Salvation Army Leaders at Conference in New Zealand

9 March 2012

Leaders from across The Salvation Army's South Pacific and East Asia (SPEA) Zone met in conference i... Read more

Spiritual Impact and Spectacular Scenes as the General Visits India South Eastern Territory

Spiritual Impact and Spectacular Scenes as the General Visits India South Eastern Territory

20 February 2012

Spectacular decorations and large, excited crowds greeted General Linda Bond during her visit to The... Read more

The General Inspires Salvationists and Friends in India South Western Territory

The General Inspires Salvationists and Friends in India South Western Territory

15 February 2012

GENERAL Linda Bond's visit to The Salvation Army's India South Western Territory was a time of great... Read more

The Salvation Army acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures; and to elders both past and present.