The Salvation Army Honors New Cadets with "Feed My Sheep" Sculptures

The Salvation Army USA commissioned the "Feed My Sheep" sculptures to be presented to new cadets at their induction ceremony. The cadet's name and date of their induction was etched on a nameplate and attached to a special wood base. Two versions of "Feed My Sheep" were created. Each sculpture depicts Jesus handing a shepherd's staff to the new cadet, one honoring the male cadet and the other honoring the female cadet. Previous commissions for the Salvation Army include their founder, William Booth, as a young man kneeling in prayer, and a heritage street scene showing a street person and a cadet kneeling in prayer at a drum lying on its side.

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