William Booth is the founder of the Salvation Army in the East End of London. This amazing ministry showed God’s love in practical ways - feeding the hungry, housing the homeless, providing for orphans and helping those in need. He was a man whose motto ‘Go for souls and go for the worst!’ led him into dangerous places, taking with him the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ. It is estimated that he saw nearly 700,000 people give their lives to Jesus throughout his ministry. We are excited to present him as a role model for the children in Immanuel School.