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Publications, Reports & Submissions
Ron Honey reflects how God gave him a second chance when he was at rock bottom.
A hello from a Salvo in the mall began Debbie Robbie's new faith journey.
Philip Dorsett says it's amazing how his life has changed
Reshmi's family has always encouraged her to give to people who don't have much.
Nabieu Wallace shares his path from Islamic scholar to dedicated Salvo.
Arda Aghazarian advocates for peace and justice.
Matthew Kerridge's life went from happy to troubled and back again.
Rod and Cindy Mahon took a drive and changed their lives.
One man's incredible journey across the world to a new life and faith.
Munkhtuul Sodnomtseren shares how she found a greater purpose in life through her faith.
Narissa Anderson says God opened doors that provided amazing opportunities
Lisa Johnson shares how she learned not to stress the small stuff in life
Julie Hardy shares how letting god into her life changed it forever
Ross Hall says despite his struggles, God is always there for him
Sara Field recalls how far she had drifted from god when she attempted to end her own life
Amanda Greham finds peace in her relationship with God.
Melanie Cop left a difficult childhood behind to embrace a new life where she loves and is loved.
Adrian Hamond had hit rock-bottom when a late-night message on television changed his life.
Lyndon Gray knew that life was going to change when god spoke to him
Jan Warrander couldn’t have imagined where her journey would take her.
Mark Shepherd asks, ‘Why would you believe in God? Really!
Julia Nicholls dealt with the past to build a brighter future
Kym Lear explains how an unplanned visit to a church changed his whole world.
Ian Abbot says God has been patient with him over the years
Lucio, of the 2002 Brazilian national football team, holds his relationship with Jesus highly.
Peter Campbell says going to the Salvos gave him the direction he needed.
Tracy Marks says she’s excited about the future and what lies ahead.
Lawrence Sullivan explains why his year has been like a bumpy rollercoaster, but how God provides all that he needs.
Grant Hume says that without faith he’s an empty shell.
"With God there are no coincidences — they are definitely God-incidences," says Aaron.
Shannon Watson believes God took away his desire for alcohol
Ally Wardle tells how she found sobriety and peace at Dooralong Transformation centre.
Kimberly says her faith in God has helped her overcome violence, homelessness, and physical, emotional and sexual abuse.
Shirley Borch says believing in God is all you need
Allison Lynn remembers her little girl Jaimee as Mother's Day approaches
Lisa Gliddon says God carried her when she could no longer walk.
From rebellious teenager to Salvation Army officer, Danielle Strickland describes her life now as an amazing journey with Jesus.
Haylee Jager says she was snatched from near death, just in the nick of time
Rachel Quinlan wonders how God saw hope in an anorexic, unemployed drug addict, walking the streets of Adelaide.
Roses send a message of love from housebound Valma Leighton
Jo Pattimore is following the steps to become the mum she wants to be.
"If it were not for The Salvation Army, Victor and I would both still be lost," explains Linda
Dr Mark Tronson, a retired Baptist minister who served as the Australian cricket team chaplain for 17 years shares his story
"After long discussions with God, I felt he was preparing me for greater responsibility in the future," Melissa Templeman-Twells explains.
Sandra Davis’ photographic essay gives her life new perspective. "Through my quest for truth, I found a new way to see my story" explains Sandra.
General Eva Burrows was born into a Salvation Army family. As a young adult, however, she rejected her faith—until God called her back.
David Hughes found hope after suffering domestic abuse.
Brian Peters is taking control of his destiny and partnering with God.
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