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William and Catherine Booth : founders of the Salvation Army

Author: Helen Kooiman Hosier
Publisher: Ulrichsville, Ohio : Barbour Pub., ©1999.
Series: Heroes of the faith.
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Refusing to be limited by tradition, William and Catherine Booth set out in 1861 to take the gospel to whomever would listen. Their small independent ministry in the East End of London would ultimately grow into an international army for the Lord. Using street meetings, parades, marching bands, and posters, the Booths and their followers attracted people who felt unwelcomed by traditional churches. Eventually called  Read more...
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Named Person: William Booth; Catherine Mumford Booth
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Helen Kooiman Hosier
ISBN: 157748505X 9781577485056
OCLC Number: 41890924
Description: 204, [3] p. ; 21 cm.
Series Title: Heroes of the faith.
Responsibility: Helen K. Hosier.

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Refusing to be limited by tradition, William and Catherine Booth set out in 1861 to take the gospel to whomever would listen. Their small independent ministry in the East End of London would ultimately grow into an international army for the Lord. Using street meetings, parades, marching bands, and posters, the Booths and their followers attracted people who felt unwelcomed by traditional churches. Eventually called the Salvation Army, William and Catherine's ministry touched the poor, the destitute, and the addicted with the love of Christ. - Back cover.

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