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"I prayed and told the Lord, I can't stand being single. Wow." Harsh said the organization's rules regarding marriage are outdated, unfair and must be changed, but he doesn't want his personal situation to harm the Salvation Army.
Can you please give me a woman on the outside and inside," said Harsh. "I want to tell people, and use the media, to say don't stop giving to the Salvation Army because of this. The annual Christmas drive, marked by the group's ubiquitous red kettles on street corners, accounts for about 25 percent of the Salvation Army's revenue. "God could care less about the uniform or a position.
They represent a variety of occupations and take an active part in the Christian ministry of the Corps.
Their mission is still to represent the good news of the gospel of Christ through their music and singing.
A few months later Harsh said he met Cia, 56, a nurse, on a Christian online dating Web site.
Nowadays, the Salvation Army is best known as the international organisation that runs thrift stores, charity shops and shelters, and provides disaster relief around the world.
After the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, the quasi-military organisation, which has its roots in Methodism, was on hand to provide humanitarian aid and offer support to the emergency services.
The abandoned citadel in Cross Burgess Street was taken over by the Occupy Sheffield group in 2012, who renamed it the Citadel of Hope and intended to open it up to the local community.
Apparently not much has happened since then; 2016 imagery courtesy of Google Street View (top) reveals the abandoned Salvation Army Citadel’s distinctive facade looking as neglected as ever, despite a signboard marketing its availability as a “new retail opportunity”.