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Salvos provide hope in darkest times

Salvos provide hope in darkest times

24 March 2015

In retirement, they had planned to leave their church – Camberwell Corps – in the leafy suburbs of Melbourne to travel Australia in their motorhome. However, through what they describe as a series of “extraordinary circumstances&...

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Salvos service brings hope to remote region

Salvos service brings hope to remote region

23 March 2015

The Normanton Recovery and Community Wellbeing Service was officially opened on Wednesday 5 February. The service, located 2000km north west...

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Passion and pain on the land

Passion and pain on the land

27 February 2015

When service veteran Robert was forced into droving his cattle for almost a year during the severe drought of 2009, it seemed like the darke...

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Hope in the midst of heartbreak

Hope in the midst of heartbreak

4 February 2015

A widowed farmer from St George in Queensland's south, Anne has experienced enough setbacks in recent years to last a lifetime, but through ...

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Family experiences Hope House miracle

Family experiences Hope House miracle

2 February 2015

For farm worker Tim and his young family, The Salvation Army’s Hope House in Gunnedah (northern NSW) turned a Christmas filled with potentia...

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Outback mission brings hope and laughter to the bush

Outback mission brings hope and laughter to the bush

21 January 2015

When a 12-year-old girl from a remote rural town in drought- ravaged western Queensland thanked Captain Mark Bulow and his team for visiting...

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The joys of 'doing life' together

The joys of 'doing life' together

15 January 2015

For mixed farmer and Brahman stud owner Glenda, Salvation Army northern NSW chaplains Majors Peter and Jean Ridley have become part of the f...

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Salvos bring hope to drought-affected Gunnedah

Salvos bring hope to drought-affected Gunnedah

23 December 2014

A team of Salvos along with Channel 7's Monique Wright and Andrew O'Keefe recently volunteered their time in Gunnedah, a drought-affected c...

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Face-to-face care for farming communities

Face-to-face care for farming communities

21 July 2014

In the past year, Salvation Army Flying Service Leader Captain Mark Bulow has driven 47,000kms, clocked up 200 flying hours, and visited 120...

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Farmers are not alone thanks to drought donations

Farmers are not alone thanks to drought donations

30 June 2014

The funds from this year’s drought appeals are still bringing hope and much-needed financial relief to many desperate farmers and the...

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