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Open, Participatory Church In The Early Days Of The Salvation Army

Here are some quotations from one of the most powerful and exciting books I have read in the past few years.  The book, Come Join Our Army, by R.G. Moyles was  published in 2007 by Crest books. “This book tries to re-create, with … Continue reading

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Wanna Play Quakers And Indians?

Would you like to play Quakers and Indians (or to be more politically correct–Friends and Native Americans)? It is a different take on the childhood game of cowboys and Indians. Since Friends practice non-violence, Quakers and Indians requires no pistols, … Continue reading

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