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The General's Christmas Message 2020 - A People of Peace

THE year 2020 has been unique, interesting and challenging. We have lived through a global pandemic, the ramifications of which continue to...

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First happy Christmas at 31

Lynda had her first happy Christmas at 31, because she and her daughter had their first ever secure home through the Tasmanian Salvation Arm...

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Running away to hope

While Christmas in a women's crisis service could be depressing, Shirley says celebrating Christmas with The Salvation Army was full of joy.

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Caring for first responders at Christmas

After a career working at the frontline of disaster it would be understandable if Gary Raymond had a bleak view of life. However, he is full...

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The circle of loving care

Kristy knows how important The Salvation Army’s support can be to turn around a life, because she experienced it firsthand at Christm...

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A message of good news and great joy this Christmas from The Salvation Army leaders

For some of us, Christmas is marked by certain traditions. Maybe it is travelling to a favourite holiday destination or games of backyard c...

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"Going the extra mile" to give hope where it's needed most

As a country Salvo, James is used to driving hundreds of kilometres most weeks, especially in the lead-up to Christmas, so he can bring hope...

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The full circle of Christmas hope

Rosemary is passionate about her work as a Salvos Christmas Coordinator supporting those in need, because she knows what it is like to strug...

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Celebrating Christmas with kids

Christmas is a time for celebrations. When you think about celebrating Christmas with kids, you probably think about joy and laughter. Maybe...

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What is the true meaning of Christmas?

Every year, around the world, people celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ on Christmas Day, 25 December. It's a day – and season ...

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