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Topic - Andre Cox
Taking over a global organization best known for its social service work, the Salvation Army's new international leader said in an interview he wants the Christian movement's religious work to take center stage for the 1.7-million member church.
It went out over the name of Commissioner Andre Cox, a Swiss Salvation Army officer who since earlier this year has served as the organization's second in command: "I write to inform you that General Linda Bond is entering into retirement," Mr. Cox wrote. "Following a period of personal reflection and prayer, General Bond has decided that she should relinquish"
Religious programs underlie Salvation Army services at each of its installations, but have been less visible in the public, and Gen. Cox said he wants to see that change.