Salvation Army Miscellany

Salvation Army Miscellany is a collection that describes the workings of the Salvation Army in the UK during the 1970's and 1980's from the point of view of a young Salvation Army Officer. It includes stories about the Salvation Army Training College, Salvation Army Social Work, and Salvation Army Corps Work. The book ranges from the sublimely funny to the deeply moving. More
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About Richard Underwood

Richard Underwood is an author of software manuals, and other genres including religion and philosophy.

SOFTWARE MANUALS
Prior to reaching retirement age Richard designed hundreds of websites, and has been consulted on the creation and design of several e'commerce sites, and in the creation and design of several commercial games and apps.

OTHER GENRES
In his earlier working life Richard spent twenty years as an ordained minister of religion working for the Salvation Army and the Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen. After leaving the ministry he worked for several years as a staff counsellor for West Yorkshire Ambulance Service, and as the Chief Executive of a small national counselling charity in the UK.

CURRENT
Richard has retired but continues to write in all genres.
He can be directly contacted via his own website at http://www.richard-underwood.com

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