Called to be God’s Own

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With many years of officership in the ministry of The Salvation Army adult rehabilitation center (ARC), Major Glen Doss has authored “Called To Be God’s Own” drawing from three bodies of knowledge—the 12 vital areas highlighted by The Salvation Army’s International Spiritual Life Commission, the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous and the 11 doctrines of The Salvation Army.

The book is the official text for the new ARC recovery program for those seeking membership in The Salvation Army, and thoughtful discussion questions following each chapter make it both useful for personal times of reflection and shareable in small groups.

 

 

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Maud, Emma, Evangeline: America’s Love Affair with the 3 Booth Women

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By Ronda Gilger, Major

Told from the perspective of the “American Press’ Culture-Lens,” Dr. R. G. Moyles’ latest work, “Maud, Emma, Evangeline: America’s Love Affair with the 3 Booth Women” (Frontier Press, 2014), hands us a unique look into the lives of three extraordinary women.

Moyles—professor emeritus of English literature and former associate dean of arts at the University of Alberta in Canada—captures Maud, Emma and Evangeline, who each captured the hearts and minds of the public, rising to celebrity status as the “darling, the face, the perceived image” of The Salvation Army in America.

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