Promoted to Glory: How The Salvation Army Raised Me

Homeless. Abandoned. Molested. All by the age of 12. When the police found young Lynn McCoy alone in a Greyhound bus station in 1952, hiding in a toilet stall, there was no one to call. So they called The Salvation Army. And the rest is history.

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