History Session Slides-24-08-11

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WELCOME:

WELCOME The Salvation Army Social Programs: HISTORY

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What is this about! The Salvation Army Social Program 2 HISTORY | Social Programme delivery HISTORY MISSION SPIRITUALITY

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HISTORY | The Salvation Army Social Program 3 To explore the history of The Salvation Army, its relevance to social program delivery today, and how the legacy of Booth continues to be relevant in a modern context. Session Objective

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Industrial revolution HISTORY The Salvation Army Social Program 4 Industrial Revolution Social and Societal Upheaval Impact on disenfranchised Social conscience & rise of religious awareness of disadvantage.... Discussion and reflection point Page 7 Boundless Salvation Disc 1 Chapter 2

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The Salvation Army Social Program 5 HISTORY | Booth Essentials In Darkest England and The Way Out was Booth’s blueprint for the welfare system and outlined his plans for a program to help the poor and needy. His ideas were summarised in what he termed 'The Cab-Horse Charter' which read, "when a horse is down he is helped up, and while he lives he has food, shelter and work". Booth Essentials and a modern context

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1 The Salvation Army Social Program 6 HISTORY

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The Salvation Army Social Program 7 HISTORY 2

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The Salvation Army Social Program 8 HISTORY 3

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The Salvation Army Social Program 9 HISTORY 4

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The Salvation Army Social Program 10 HISTORY 5

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The Salvation Army Social Program 11 HISTORY 6

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The Salvation Army Social Program 12 HISTORY 7 Reflections and feedback

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The Salvation Army Social Program 13 HISTORY Girls Home, Brunswick, Vic The Haven, Maternity Home, Melbourne Prison-Gate Brigade Officers in action Development of Social Programs Boundless Salvation Disc 1 chapter 3,4,5,6 & 7

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The Salvation Army Social Program 14 HISTORY | TSA Path in History Development of social programs....’Go away and do something.’ Commenced in Melbourne through the work James and Alice Barker...Prison Gate Brigade, Labour Bureau, Rescued Sister’s Homes.

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The Salvation Army Social Program 15 HISTORY Social programs operate at the interface Social Programs today – operating at the interface.

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The Salvation Army Social Program 16 HISTORY | How does your centre have a connection to The Salvation Army history? Your Centre Discussion and Reflection

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The Salvation Army Social Program 17 HISTORY | How would you describe the positive outcomes for the people The Salvation Army serve? Take this opportunity to celebrate positive outcomes. Final reflections Putting it all together ...and celebrating positive outcomes .

THANK YOU:

THANK YOU ‘I'm telling you the solemn truth: Whenever you did one of these things to someone overlooked or ignored, that was me – you did it to me.’ Matthew 25:40 (MSG)

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