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Salvos Publishing to launch new book on the Army in Papua New Guinea

The Salvation Army’s work in Papua New Guinea over the past seven decades is the focus of an exciting new book to be launched by Salvos Publishing next week.

Not Weary Yet: Inspiring Snippets of The Salvation Army Papua New Guinea Story will be launched at Port Macquarie Corps (NSW) on Wednesday 27 September, at 1.30pm.

The book tells of the factors that led to starting the work of The Salvation Army in PNG on 31 August 1956, and compellingly describes some of the pioneering experiences of the early PNG Salvationists in establishing the Army in their own country. The book also contains snippets and stories of the ongoing work since those early days, through to today.

Written by Commissioner Ian Cutmore with contributing authors including Commissioners James and Jan Condon, Commissioner Miriam Gluyas and Colonel Kelvin Alley, the book will be available at the launch and then from Salvationist Supplies by emailing or or by calling Sydney Salvationist Supplies (1800 634 209) and Melbourne Salvation Army Supplies (1800 100 018). For those unable to attend the launch in person, a link to the event will be available on the Salvos Publishing Facebook page from Monday 25 September.


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