William Booth: Men of Faith Series / by David Bennett
Minneapolis, MN: Bethany House Publishers, c1986
The Amazing Story of the British Evangelist Whose Heroic Efforts Touched Society’s Greatest Evils
The expressions on the faces of the men, women, and children on the filthy, smelling streets of London’s East End in 1865 told the sad story: for them, life would never change. They would always be poor, always hungry. No one would champion their cause.
As William Booth walked their streets, the British evangelist was deeply moved and revolted by the squalor. He knew he must dedicate his life to bringing new hope to these people. At that moment, the Salvation Army was born, and under its passionate and energetic founder began its growth into one of the most famous evangelistic agencies in the world.
Biography—Booth, William—Juvenile Literature
Booth, William—-Biography—Juvenile Literature
Salvation Army—Juvenile Literature