William and Catherine Booth: a new kind of army

Having witnessed severe poverty in London, William and Catherine Booth went on to found The Salvation Army, a worldwide movement which married social justice and the gospel. Karen Murdarasi tells the story

William Booth and Catherine Mumford were both born in 1829 in the north of England, but their childhoods were very different. By the time they were 14,...

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