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The fruit of faithfulness

18 June 2014

“There was a strong sense of fear, even just stepping outside of your house. Then Craig and Danni arrived and changed my life and the...

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All service is beautiful

11 June 2014

“We are pensioners, which gives us tremendous freedom to answer a call for service – at scenes of cyclones such as ‘Lar...

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Alarming rise in homeless single, older women

4 June 2014

“They will all tell you stories of having tough times, but they never, ever approached any type of charity. There can be a great sens...

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Alan's Story - Newcastle Moneycare

30 April 2014

Kristen Hartnett, a financial counsellor with The Salvation Army's Moneycare program in Newcastle, which provides support and advocacy for...

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Coralie's Story - Drive for Life at Wyong Oasis

29 April 2014

Robyn Bust is the manager of the Oasis Youth Centre in Wyong, which does casework with youth aged between 12 to 25. This can range from one...

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John's Story - Canberra Recovery Services Centre

28 April 2014

Major Scott Warrington is the manager of the Canberra Recovery Services Centre, seeing up to 300 clients a year take part in the program. J...

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Whitney & Kaija's story - Brisbane Youth Outreach Service

25 April 2014

The Salvation Army's YOS (Youth Outreach Service) in Brisbane runs an alternative education service. YOS provides a supportive and encourag...

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Kerry's Story - Manly New Life Community Centre

22 April 2014

Captain Louanne Mitchell is the team leader at Manly New Life Community Church & Centre. Commonly a holiday destination, Captain Louann...

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A world of possibilities

17 March 2014

The Salvation Army’s Adrian Kistan says indigenous young people are half as likely to complete Year 12, than non-indigenous and only...

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Rebuilding their shattered community

10 March 2014

“You see so many people still struggling, or who have become homeless after storms and two cyclones. Within the area nobody escaped.&...

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