Signes particuliers : En 1980, le Général Brown inaugura le International Staff Songsters dont le ministère par le chant est une bénédiction en Angleterre et autour du
Auteur des livres suivants : What hath God Wrought?; The gate and the light (autobiography); The mountain in the wind blew here; With Christ at the table; Occupied
manger – unoccupied tomb.
Compositeur chants salutistes : Wonderful Words of Life; I believe (words and music).
Nom et prénom de l’épouse : BARCLAY Jean (Lieutenante) mariage en Septembre 1939.
Auteure de : Excursions in Thought (1981).
« One of the most important and most promising branches of Salvation Army work is that directed to the salvation of the children and their training in goodness and virtue. The old
notion that religion does not touch children, except with a long pole of propriety and silence and so forth, has gone - shattered, I hope, for ever!We have had something to do with
bringing in the new ideas. We have led the way in associating in the children’s minds the service of God with a life of happiness. We have shown it is possible, even amongst the poorest
and roughest of the populations, to join together true worship and true obedience and true service with the jolliest music and singing and the brightest meetings. And we have done
more than this. We have established a great movement in the world for bringing children into recognized fellowship with the Church of Christ and have, in some measure at any rate, revived
the idea of child salvation. »
Bramwell Booth, (The Officer : Generalisations May / June 2005)