Theodore Hopkins Kitching, 1866-1930
Born: December 29, 1866, Ackworth, Yorkshire, England.
Died: February 10, 1930, Paris, France.
Buried: Abney Park Cemetery, London, England.
Kitching came to Christ at a Salvation Army (SA) meeting in Bristol, England. He became a SA officer in 1888, and served in Britain, France, Switzerland, and Belgium. He was secretary to SA founder William Booth (1909-12), to SA General Bramwell Booth (1912-14), SA International Secretary for Europe (1914-16), SA Editor-in-Chief (1921-29), and head of the SA Literary Department and Translations Bureau. His son Wilfred became General of the SA in 1954.
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Display Title: How Wonderful It Is to Walk with GodFirst Line: How wonderful it is to walk with GodTune Title: ELLERSAuthor: Theodore H. KitchingMeter: 10.10.10.10Source: Salvation Army's War Cry, February 6, 1915