Warcry is our national weekly magazine. It aims to challenge, inform and encourage readers to consider the claims of Jesus Christ and the Christian church. We do this by focusing on modern culture - including community and political issues, entertainment, sport and the internet - and drawing lessons and parallels from the Christian faith. to teach lessons about God.
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On Fire magazine is produced by the Australia Southern Territory for anyone connected to The Salvation Army - officers, church members, employees and volunteers.
The fortnightly issues are a combination of feature stories, theological viewpoints, columns, profiles, news and reviews. A four-page supplement highlights one of The Salvation Army’s territorial departments (for example, social programme, communications and fundraising, women’s ministries, Salvos Stores). To subscribe or advertise please phone (03) 8878 2303 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kidzone is a weekly, national, A5, colour magazine that aims to introduce children to Christian concepts in a way that is fun, relevant and informative. Full of stories, games, competitions, recipes, craft, reviews and articles - kids everywhere love Kidzone.
You can pick up Kidzone from your local Salvation Army church or Salvos Store outlet. If you wish to have each week's issue arrive in your mailbox, just fill in the subscription form and post it to us.
In 2007 the Australia Southern Territory commenced a book publishing house known as 'Salvo Publishing'. While the territory has published books in the past, it had been an intermittent endeavour and it was hoped that more regular publishing would provide a steady stream of resources for Salvationists and other Christians.
Salvo Publishing has now released more than 40 titles, including audio books, eBooks and a DVD featuring animation of some children's books. While most titles are for adults, we also boast a growing range of children's books.
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The Salvation Army has a long tradition of advocacy on behalf of the most disadvantaged members of the Australian community. Evidence based research is a vital component of our capacity to deliver innovative approaches to social program delivery and to inform policy responses that best advocate the needs of individual, family and community needs.
Our research focuses on investigations into housing and homelessness, including youth homelessness, mental health and homelessness; gender based housing affordability; alcohol awareness; drug use; poverty and economic disadvantage.