All the World
Issue Date 1 January 2005
January - March 2005
Vol 43 No 1
Emergency special edition: in case of EMERGENCY, including articles on Emergency Services, the Army's work in Uganda, Grenada and Iraq, its training operations, the new International Headquarters building, and General Larsson's hopes and prayers for '101'
|In this issue:|
|Editorial: In Significant Years|
The year 2003, according to The Salvation Army Year Book, was significant for one thing – being insignificant. . .
|From the top: Thoughts from the General – Hopes and Prayers for 101|
The Salvation Army’s IHQ – International Headquarters – is back once more at its historic address: 101 Queen Victoria Street in the City of London.
|A Privilege to Serve|
Major Cedric Hills writes about the breadth and heritage of The Salvation Army’s emergency services ministry
|Education – a very unusual response|
In August 2004, UK Salvationist Gordon Lewis took part in a needs assessment in northern Uganda and then spent three months setting up the projects that were decided upon. He reveals here how The Salvation Army ended up putting into action a very unusual emergency response – but one that fulfilled the people’s greatest need.
|Caribbean crews rebuild an island|
The Salvation Army was quick to begin work with Grenada’s National Emergency Relief Organisation and other non-governmental organisations to distribute food and other essential items to the Grenadian people during the disaster relief phase after the hurricanes of September 2004
|Training: soup soap and preparation|
The importance of the training role of The Salvation Army's International Emergency Services section
Captain Julian Rowley reveals how the training he received before going to take part in a relief project in Uganda was only the beginning of his education
|Back to Iraq|
Emergency relief work can be very rewarding but it isn't for the faint-hearted, as Captain Bruce Coffey discovered when he paid a flying visit to see how the local team of Iraqis was implementing the plans put in place by The Salvation Army
|Making the message clear|
The heart of The Salvation Army's administration – its International Headquarters – is now housed in a new building at 101 Queen Victoria Street in the City of London, on a site it has occupied since 1881
|Back Cover: 2005 Calendar 'A Year for Children and Youth'|
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