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Denominations: The Salvation Army and Church of the Nazarene
Posted on December 21, 2021 by Bryan Hodge
The Salvation Army (TSA) states that it has about 27 thousand officers (minsters), and about 1.5 million soldiers and junior soldiers (members, or salvationists) in 2021 (statistics – The Salvation Army International, salvationarmy.org). It claims about 430,000 members in the … Continue reading →
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