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Caring for first responders at Christmas

Caring for first responders at Christmas

24 November 2020

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 of hope this Christmas. Gary Raymond APM, OAM is a retired Chief Inspector of the NSW police force. As a Salv...

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Chaplaincy

Chaplaincy

22 October 2018

The Salvation Army's network of Christian chaplains work to support people around Australia who need...

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Broncos rugby league chaplain steps down after two decades

Broncos rugby league chaplain steps down after two decades

11 December 2017

Serving the Brisbane Broncos rugby league team as chaplain for 20 years has been a "dream role" for ...

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'You are like a daughter to me'

'You are like a daughter to me'

14 November 2017

When Salvation Army hotel chaplain Susie Wallace first met Percy, the elderly resident of a small up...

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Ten years of bringing hope to the bush

Ten years of bringing hope to the bush

23 June 2016

Majors Peter and Jean Ridley reckon they have driven more than one million kilometres around NSW in ...

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Ministry of presence on the front line

Ministry of presence on the front line

22 April 2016

Anzac Day will take on even greater significance this year for Captain Lyndley Fabre, Chief Commissi...

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Retired officers join drought-relief battle

Retired officers join drought-relief battle

19 June 2015

“Australian farmers really are very resilient, especially the ones who have a faith in God. B...

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