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Case Study: So Why God Weekends?

Residentials are a great way to build relationships, but what happens when you intentionally invest in these relationships for the long-term? Hannah Browne, divisional children’s officer for the Salvation Army’s Central North Division, is doing just that, and has been on an amazing discipleship journey with children in the Greater Manchester area. Alex Taylor explains more.

It was while watching the Will you make a difference? DVD, produced by Children Matter in 2008, that Hannah was struck by the urgency of the task before...

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