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Self Denial Stories week 6: Altar Service Sunday

Self Denial Stories week 6: Altar Service Sunday

29 March 2012

Altar Service Sunday is this Sunday! As the day approaches, we reflect on the Self Denial stories of Laxmi, Roberto, Charlotte and Mandy.... Read more

Self Denial Stories week 5: Mandy

Self Denial Stories week 5: Mandy

22 March 2012

New Zealand Salvationist Mandy Carian works in Suriname as the Director of the Ramoth Children’s Ho... Read more

Self Denial Stories week 4: Charlotte

Self Denial Stories week 4: Charlotte

15 March 2012

After losing both her parents to war, Charlotte, 22, from the Democratic Republic of Congo found her... Read more

Self Denial Stories week 3: Roberto

Self Denial Stories week 3: Roberto

8 March 2012

This week we meet Roberto from the Philippines, who found that when he had nowhere to turn, the Salv... Read more

Self Denial 2012 resource pack

Self Denial 2012 resource pack

1 March 2012

Resources for Self Denial are available online from SelfDenial.info. This years resources include ev... Read more

Self Denial Stories week 2: Laxmi

Self Denial Stories week 2: Laxmi

1 March 2012

This week we travel to Nepal where we meet Laxmi, a young woman with an inspiring story.... Read more

Self Denial Stories week 1: Mark and Kylie

Self Denial Stories week 1: Mark and Kylie

23 February 2012

This Sunday marks the launch of Self Denial 2012. To kick us off, we meet two Melbourne Salvos who s... Read more

Self Denial stories week 1: Mark and Kylie

Self Denial stories week 1: Mark and Kylie

22 February 2012

This Sunday 26 February marks the launch of Self Denial 2012. This year’s appeal is based on the wor... Read more

Self Denial update

Self Denial update

16 February 2012

In 2011, Salvationists across Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga sacrificially gave over $4.5 M... 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.