William and Catherine Booth

William and Catherine Booth

Founders of the Salvation Army

Book - 1999
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This husband and wife team founded the Salvation Army, which has provided spiritual guidance and physical aid to thousands over the past twelve decades. As a young preacher struggling with the ministry, William (1829-1912) found a perfect complement in Catherine (1829-1890). Ultimately, in 1865, they would establish a movement that became the Salvation Army, which William served as 'general' until his death. Their vision and service to God have resulted in an organization that still serves mankind a century after their deaths.
Publisher: Ulrichsville, Ohio : Barbour Pub., c1999
ISBN: 9781577485056
Branch Call Number: BX9743.B7 H67 1999
Characteristics: 204, [3] p. ; 21 cm


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