The Salvation Army produces a range of publications. The following publications deal with various aspects of Christian living.
The Warcry, distributed nationally, is a topical weekly magazine that focuses on Christian values, issues and personalities as they relate to the world today. It also includes film and theatre reviews for current box-office hits and makes intriguing reading for Christians and non-Christians alike.
To find out more about Warcry, please visit their website here.
Courtesy of the Warcry, you can visit Stories of Faith to hear people tell of how their lives have been changed by an encounter with God through The Salvation Army.
Pipeline magazine is published monthly for Salvationists and friends of The Salvation Army.
The magazine reports on current news and events on Salvation Army corps and centres, and relates individual and group profiles to worldwide events.
Focusing on the local and global Christian scene, Pipeline's articles on contemporary Christian issues seek to encourage readers towards personal and spiritual growth in Christ.
Copies of Pipeline and supplements are available at Salvation Army Australia Eastern Territory corps and centres or visit the Pipeline page of this site to download a copy online.
Salvos Productions is part of the Communications & Public Relations department of The Salvation Army Australia Eastern Territory at Territorial Headquarters in Sydney, Australia.
Nationally and internationally renowned, Salvos Productions provides state of the art DVD, video, magazine (Pipeline, Women in Touch, Venue and Creative ministry) and radio productions for the Salvation Army in Australia Eastern Territory. They have positioned themselves on the cutting edge of Christian journalism and aim to inspire Salvationists (and other Christians) to ‘win the world for Jesus’.
On the Scene
On the Scene is a quarterly newsletter produced by the Communications & Public Relations Department to communicate with supporters about The Salvation Army's good work. In particular, the newsletter aims to demonstrate to supporters the effective use of donated funds in helping put lives back together.
Visit the On the Scene page.