Life and Death

Catherine BOOTH (1829 - 1890)

Catherine Booth worked hand-in-hand with her husband William Booth to establish a fledgling mission in London, that eventually grew into a global ministry, The Salvation Army. Here she delves into the Biblical and theological foundation of their work and mission. In many ways she was the heart and soul of the Salvation Army and challenges the readers and listeners to a deeper commitment to Christ and his calling. - Summary by Larry Wilson

Genre(s): Christianity - Other

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Preface Larry Wilson
00:01:08
Play 01 Religious Indifference Susan Morin
00:29:52
Play 02 New Life Susan Morin
00:32:26
Play 03 Mercy and Judgment Susan Morin
00:41:04
Play 04 Halting between Two Opinions Kristine Bekere
00:31:22
Play 05 The Prodigal Paul Brian Stewart
00:27:05
Play 06 A True and a False Faith swiftsjourney
00:20:05
Play 07 Sowing and Reaping Andy Glover
00:26:32
Play 08 Quench Not the Spirit Kathleen Moore
00:21:24
Play 09 The Need of Atonement Kathleen Moore
00:21:02
Play 10 His Wrath Kathleen Moore
00:18:04
Play 11 Save Thyself SouthpawSkip
00:24:58
Play 12 A True and a False Peace Shashank Jakhmola
00:13:14
Play 13 Will You Obey? Beth Thomas (1974-2020)
00:08:05
Play 14 How to Consecrate Kristine Bekere
00:13:37
Play 15 What Is the Salvation Army? Larry Wilson
00:07:06