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Picking Up The Pieces : A Life of Compassion…

Picking Up The Pieces : A Life of Compassion and Care

by Don Woodland

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AU Author. Don Woodland has been a Salvation Army officer for more than forty years. In that time he has fulfilled the essential role of chaplain to the police, fire brigade and other emergency services. Whenever Australians have been struck by tragedy, Don Woodland has been there to offer comfort and support. For emergency services personnel whose daily work exposes them to tremendous trauma, Don Woodland is one of the few people who understands the toll their experiences take on them. His memoirs are full of compassion and the deep wisdom gleaned from a lifetime of helping people survive the worst that life can throw at them. Moving, inspiring and uplifting, 'Picking Up The Pieces' is a book about the astonishing strength within us all.… (more)

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