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              Saved to Save and Saved to Serve
                 

              Saved to Save and Saved to Serve (Hardback)

              By Hill, Harold; Foreword by Larsson, John

              • RRP: $145.16
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              The Salvation Army has now been around for more than one hundred and fifty years, having celebrated its sesquicentennial in 2015 with an International Congress in London. Over the years both the Army and the world in which it appeared have changed beyond recognition. This is a go...od time for the movement to stop and look back--not just to celebrate, but to see where it is today. The Army has not evolved in isolation from the world. Bringing its own history with it, it nevertheless belongs to the twenty-first century world as much as William Booth's little East End Mission belonged to nineteenth-century London. This book attempts to explore the interaction between mission and world as it has impacted the Army's beliefs and practices as well as the place it now occupies in the wider world. This critical and analytical study may also be of interest to those beyond the Army's ranks who would like to learn more about this remarkable organization. Saved to Save and Saved to Serve is not only an excellent introduction to the history of the Salvation Army, but a brilliant analysis of the organization's development as a religious institution. Examining everything from its historical roots--its theology, ecclesiology, style of worship, and social action--to its present-day attitude, Hill shows us clearly just how the Army, by a natural evolution and a deliberate program of institutionalization, has progressed from a freestyle evangelical agency into a community church. --R. G. Moyles, University of Alberta, Canada, Salvation Army historian This book is a rich history . . . a very helpful book for those of us trying to make sense of the Army from outside, helping us to interpret language we would struggle to understand. I highly recommend this book. --Peter Lineham, Massey University Albany, Auckland, New Zealand In this astounding page-turner, Harold Hill articulates the Salvation Army's international story with a historian's mind, a cartoonist's eye, a theologian's heart, a p
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              ISBN 9781532601699
              Released AU 24 Jul 2017
              Publisher Misc - South Pacific Books
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              How to Live Like a King's Kid
                

              How to Live Like a King's Kid (Trade Paperback / Paperback, [Large Print])

              By Hill, Harold

              • RRP: $34.99
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              King's Kids live in the natural world, but they enjoy heavenly rule. Best selling author, Harold Hill, shares the updated How to Book of the Century . Learn how to succeed, how to stop smoking, how to be happy in traffic, how to sidestep lawsuits and how to forgive....

              ISBN 9781459636972
              Released AU 8 Mar 2012
              Publisher ReadHowYouWant.com Ltd
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              Series Read How You Want
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              Under two Flags: The New Zealand Salvation Army's Response to the First World War
                

              Under two Flags: The New Zealand Salvation Army's Response to the First World War (Paperback)

              By Hill, Harold; Lascelles, Phil; Edited by Kingsley, Sampson

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              Under Two Flags tells the story of the New Zealand Salvation Army's response to the First World War. Topics include the Salvationists who enlisted, the chaplains who served overseas and the effect of the war on The Salvation Army in New Zealand. Illustrated copiously from War Cry... images of the day and other sources.
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              ISBN 9780473457259
              Published AU 8 Mar 2019
              Publisher NZ / SP Author Self Published
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              A Portfolio of Lunar Drawings
               

              A Portfolio of Lunar Drawings (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Hill, Harold; Foreword by Baum, Richard

              • RRP: $211.99
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              Harold Hill's achievement is to awaken us to the stark, compelling beauty of the moon, with its mighty ringwalls and glistening highlands.

              ISBN 9780521542081
              Released AU 11 Dec 2003
              Publisher Cambridge University Press
              Interest Age General Audience
              Series Practical Astronomy Handbooks
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              How To Win Friends Like These
                

              How To Win Friends Like These (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Hill, Harold

              • RRP: $27.36
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              Do yourself and your family a great deed if you are concerned about your future. There is an abundant amount of potential floating around your home as you read this important literature. We help you became aware of numerous opportunities that have been successful for other imagin...ative people. These ideas stared by supplementing primary income sources, then blossomed into thousands of dollars. The original idea requires 10% inspiration, while success requires 90% perspiration, a uniquely valuable ratio, this one-sided proportion means you must be ambitious, eager and above all maintain a positive attitude. We are the researchers and gathers of all this vital information, while you are the person who implements an idea that you feel is interesting. We write about the opportunities, but you use your personal ingenuity, you will a mass a profitable future right form your very own home. Your home based business could even be a deduction with regard to heat, light, telephone, etc. expenses. These deductions are directly related to the amount (percentage your home utilizes). In Order to survive in the business world. Proper records are a must. They help you analyze the past, present, and the future of your business activities. Records are an indicator of your business performance. They are essential in figuring out your taxes. You'll be able to increase your knowledge and understanding, you'll be able to do things you never dreamed possible and you'll be the envy of all your friends and neighbors. For little or nothing you can make your DREAMS COME TRUE, just because you want a better life for yourself and those around you. Nearly every successful person could have found more excuses to hide behind. Although most unsuccessful individuals do not realize it, excuses are simply convenient alibis for not doing as well as they think they should. Vow right here and now to rid yourself of this failure-producing disease. Fear if criticism destroys initiative and discourages use of
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              ISBN 9781640284692
              Released AU 5 Jun 2017
              Publisher Christian Faith Publishing, In
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              Leadership in the Salvation Army
                

              Leadership in the Salvation Army (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Hill, Harold; Foreword by Breward, Ian

              • RRP: $76.50
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              Leadership in The Salvation Army is a review and analysis of Salvation Army history, focused on the process of clericalisation. The Army provides a case study of the way in which renewal movements in the church institutionalise. Their leadership roles, initially merely functional... and based on the principle of the 'priesthood of all believers', begin to assume greater status. the adoption of the term 'ordination' for the commissioning of The Salvation Army's officers in 1978, a hundred years after its founding, illustrates this tendency. The Salvation Army's ecclesiology has been essentially pragmatic and has developed in comparative isolation from the wider church, perhaps with a greater role being played by sociological processes than by theological reflection in its development. The Army continues to exhibit a tension between its theology, which supports equality of status, and its military structure, which works against equality, and both schools of thought flourish within its ranks. No Christian church has approached clerical leadership the way The Salvation Army has done since 1878. And no author has done more to analyze that subject than Harold Hill. Hill shows that historically and doctrinally the Army left the mainstream in its approach to female and lay ministry, in dual ministries of word and deed, in training of 'officers', and in replacing sacraments with it s own ceremonies. At the same time, Hill argues that the Army has at times intentionally or unconsciously replicated the mainstream course. --Norman H. Murdoch, Emeritus Professor of the History of the USA, University of Cincinnati, USA, also author of Origins of The Salvation Army Leadership in The Salvation Army represents comprehensive research and serious reflection on officership in The Salvation Army, It is an amazing and intriguing resource for students of and participants in religious movements. --Stephen Court, founder of The War College, Vancouver, Canada and author of Proverbial Leadership
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              ISBN 9781597529204
              Released AU 10 Jan 2006
              Publisher Misc - South Pacific Books
              Interest Age General Audience
              Series Studies in Christian History and Thought
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              Christian Warfare in Rhodesia-Zimbabwe
                

              Christian Warfare in Rhodesia-Zimbabwe (Trade Paperback / Paperback)

              By Murdoch, Norman H.; Edited by Hill, Harold; Foreword by Bhebe, N. M.

              • RRP: $78.99
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              Christian Warfare in Rhodesia-Zimbabwe examines the history of the Salvation Army in Rhodesia-Zimbabwe and its relationships with the state and with the rest of the church. In particular, it examines parallels between events of the first Chimurenga, a rising against European occu...pation in 1896-97, and the second Chimurenga in the 1970s, the civil war that led to majority rule. At the time of the first, the Salvation Army was barely established in the country; by the second, it was part of the establishment. The book explores the enmeshment of this Christian mission in the institutions of white rule and the painful process of disentanglement necessary by the late twentieth century. Stories of martyrdom and colonial mythology are set in the carefully researched context of ecumenical relations and the Salvation Army's largely unknown and seldom accessible internal politics. This book deals with significant issues, offering challenge on the basis of considerable research and setting the scene for necessary discussion among those familiar with the issues and also the periods covered. A recommended read. --Commissioner John Swinfen, retired International Secretary for Africa, Salvation Army's International Headquarters, London, UK In this carefully researched history, Norman Murdoch focuses on the Salvation Army's involvement in Zimbabwe's history, charting its erratic missionizing career there and revealing hitherto undisclosed attitudes and influences regarding its partisan support of British colonialism. This book deserves to be read not only by Salvationists but by all who are interested in the missionary impulse or the history of British colonization in Africa. --R.G. Moyles, Professor emeritus, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada This is a fascinating, well-researched history. Telling the truth about the past can still be a hard thing to do, but Norman Murdoch has made an excellent attempt to lay out the truth about the relationships between missionaries, the se
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              ISBN 9781625646811
              Released AU 19 Jan 2015
              Publisher Pickwick Publications
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              Leadership in The Salvation Army
                

              Leadership in The Salvation Army (Hardback)

              By Hill, Harold; Foreword by Breward, Ian

              • RRP: $131.43
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              Leadership in The Salvation Army is a review and analysis of Salvation Army history, focused on the process of clericalisation. The Army provides a case study of the way in which renewal movements in the church institutionalise. Their leadership roles, initially merely functional... and based on the principle of the 'priesthood of all believers', begin to assume greater status. the adoption of the term 'ordination' for the commissioning of The Salvation Army's officers in 1978, a hundred years after its founding, illustrates this tendency. The Salvation Army's ecclesiology has been essentially pragmatic and has developed in comparative isolation from the wider church, perhaps with a greater role being played by sociological processes than by theological reflection in its development. The Army continues to exhibit a tension between its theology, which supports equality of status, and its military structure, which works against equality, and both schools of thought flourish within its ranks. No Christian church has approached clerical leadership the way The Salvation Army has done since 1878. And no author has done more to analyze that subject than Harold Hill. Hill shows that historically and doctrinally the Army left the mainstream in its approach to female and lay ministry, in dual ministries of word and deed, in training of 'officers', and in replacing sacraments with it s own ceremonies. At the same time, Hill argues that the Army has at times intentionally or unconsciously replicated the mainstream course. --Norman H. Murdoch, Emeritus Professor of the History of the USA, University of Cincinnati, USA, also author of Origins of The Salvation Army Leadership in The Salvation Army represents comprehensive research and serious reflection on officership in The Salvation Army, It is an amazing and intriguing resource for students of and participants in religious movements. --Stephen Court, founder of The War College, Vancouver, Canada and author of Proverbial Leadership
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              ISBN 9781498248662
              Released AU 1 Oct 2006
              Publisher Misc - South Pacific Books
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              Reading Our Town 1950-2001
               

              Reading Our Town 1950-2001 (Paperback)

              By Hill, Harold

              • RRP: $61.50
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              IN 1995, Harold Hill produced Images of Reading , containing some 350 photographs of the town and its districts from Victorian times to the 1930s. Since the end of the period covered in that book the whole town has undergone vast change.

              ISBN 9781780914879
              Released AU 1 Jul 2015
              Publisher DB Publishing
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              Christian Warfare in Rhodesia-Zimbabwe
                

              Christian Warfare in Rhodesia-Zimbabwe (Hardback)

              By Murdoch, Norman H.; Edited by Hill, Harold; Foreword by Bhebe, N. M.

              • RRP: $125.99
              • $94.16
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              Christian Warfare in Rhodesia-Zimbabwe examines the history of the Salvation Army in Rhodesia-Zimbabwe and its relationships with the state and with the rest of the church. In particular, it examines parallels between events of the first Chimurenga, a rising against European occu...pation in 1896-97, and the second Chimurenga in the 1970s, the civil war that led to majority rule. At the time of the first, the Salvation Army was barely established in the country; by the second, it was part of the establishment. The book explores the enmeshment of this Christian mission in the institutions of white rule and the painful process of disentanglement necessary by the late twentieth century. Stories of martyrdom and colonial mythology are set in the carefully researched context of ecumenical relations and the Salvation Army's largely unknown and seldom accessible internal politics. This book deals with significant issues, offering challenge on the basis of considerable research and setting the scene for necessary discussion among those familiar with the issues and also the periods covered. A recommended read. --Commissioner John Swinfen, retired International Secretary for Africa, Salvation Army's International Headquarters, London, UK In this carefully researched history, Norman Murdoch focuses on the Salvation Army's involvement in Zimbabwe's history, charting its erratic missionizing career there and revealing hitherto undisclosed attitudes and influences regarding its partisan support of British colonialism. This book deserves to be read not only by Salvationists but by all who are interested in the missionary impulse or the history of British colonization in Africa. --R.G. Moyles, Professor Emeritus, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada This is a fascinating, well-researched history. Telling the truth about the past can still be a hard thing to do, but Norman Murdoch has made an excellent attempt to lay out the truth about the relationships between missionaries, the se
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              ISBN 9781498227346
              Released AU 19 Jan 2015
              Publisher Pickwick Publications
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