‘The Salvation Army Year Book’ released electronically
First published in 1906, the year book provides an annual snapshot of Salvation Army work and ministry, with facts and statistics supported by reports and articles. Published for The Salvation Army’s 150th anniversary, the 2015 year book includes articles about engaging with society, anti-trafficking ministry and international congresses through the years.
“This edition of the year book provides many facts and much information about the work of the worldwide Salvation Army,” General André Cox writes in the foreword. “Most inspiring are the impact-filled stories of positive, lasting transformation, where God, through the mission and ministry of his faithful people, changes the lives of men, women, boys and girls for the present and into eternity.”
Like the printed copy, the e-book features numerous black-and-white photographs of The Salvation Army’s ministry from many of the 126 countries where it is at work, along with color sections containing vibrant photos and detailed maps. The printed version also exclusively contains a record of officers in designated appointments and a list of officer retirements and promotions to Glory.