Māori knew him as Enata Horowe. His Pākehā name was Albert Arthur Ernest Holdaway and he was a formidable man.
Norman Bicknell was a well-regarded chaplain during World War II and remained in the Military Chaplaincy until his retirement.
Tribute to Jim Cochrane Kennedy: 25 August 1939 to 17 April 2010
For a hundred years The Salvation Army's Rotoroa Island offered a haven of tranquillity and therapy for inebriates in New Zealand.
The symbolism of The Salvation Army crest is as follows:
Members of the Student Evangelistic Trek team taking a break during their mission in Fiji in 1972.
Dr. Rive's two Festival Series selections for brass band "I know a Fount" and "Pilgrim Song" brought him world renown.
While many officers had sought practical answers to the apparent lack of relevance of Salvation Army corps to those involved in the Salvation Army...
Government support in the 1920s gave The Salvation Army the chance to implement William Booth's Darkest England migration scheme.
The past 25 years have seen significant changes in the ministry of music within the Salvation Army in New Zealand.
From the year 1906, when our first missionary Annie Smyth headed to Japan, New Zealand Salvationists have been carrying their deep gladness to the...
Farming has been and continues to be an important Salvation Army activity.