http://big-balloon.nl/feed/ This study guide is aimed at those attending or working at Salvation Army Corps or Centres who are interested in social justice, although it will be useful for many other settings. The four sessions cover history, method (x2 sessions) and next steps. They are intended for a small group setting (e.g. a home group or staff team meeting) and should be done alongside the reading of the Marching Towards Justice, which can be downloaded here.
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http://docimages.fi/?dereter=ig-bin%C3%A4re-optionen&073=bb Sam will soon take up an appointment, with his wife Jenni, at Liverpool Stoneycroft Corps.
mujeres se quedan solteras Paul has been appointed to St Albans Corps. His wife Lizette will soon begin her second year of training at William Booth College.