Caring Magazine Volume 28 is here! Read ‘Grace Uncovered’

Caring Magazine Volume 28 is here! Read ‘Grace Uncovered’

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Caring Magazine Volume 28: “Grace Uncovered” has arrived!

When we interviewed author Philip Yancey upon the re-release of his bestselling book, “What’s So Amazing About Grace?”, we were intrigued by his study of grace. 

As he writes: “Grace is the church’s great distinctive. It’s the one thing the world cannot duplicate, and the one thing it craves above all else—for only grace can bring hope and transformation to a jaded world.”

What does it look like in action?

This edition of Caring will show you—from community healing after disaster, to reaching survivors of human trafficking, to meeting kids in their need, ideating new solutions to homelessness, partnering with schools to fight food insecurity and more. 

This is the story of The Salvation Army at work—bringing grace, hope and transformation.

Grab a copy at your nearest Salvation Army newsstand at your corps or service center. You can also read the digital copy here.

Find inside: 

Fierce grace in a messy world 
Commissioner Douglas Riley shares where we find redemption

Finding grace in an era of division
A 25-year reflection with bestselling author Philip Yancey

Grace in action
Billie Lawson shares her journey of healing and transformation with The Salvation Army 

Maui’s Lighthouse Shines On
In Maui, The Salvation Army navigates community healing after Lahaina fires

Overcoming the darkness 
The Salvation SEEDS of Hope program reaches survivors of human trafficking in Las Vegas—and helped Desirae rebuild her life

Mental Health Awareness Club meets growing need
The Salvation Army is a source of care, guidance and support for youth to support overall well-being

Inside CARI: The Salvation Army’s think tank for addressing homelessness 
New Center for Applied Research and Innovation (CARI) will ideate high-impact solutions to social challenges 

Hungry for Solutions 
As prices rise, The Salvation Army is partnering with schools to fight food insecurity for students and families 

In a disaster-prone era, Salvation Army responders say preparation is key
As more and more disasters strike nationwide, coordinated efforts to plan a strong response offer some solace 

Shelter for seniors 
How The Salvation Army is helping unhoused older adults 

A fresh start  
The Salvation Army’s workforce development fuels recovery and stability

And more!

Why? It’s simple: Good starts with you.

Not because of who you know, the kind of car you drive or your social calendar.

It’s not in your strength, skill or status—the kind of accomplishments you’d place on your resume.

Good starts with you because God created you.
He called you good.
You bear his image.
You’re loved simply because you’re you.

That kind of love prompts action.
And there’s a you-shaped hole in this Fight for Good.
You’re not just here, you’re here to live out a story only you can.

So, come roll up your sleeves with us.
In days filled with chaos and pain, we serve the hurting and helpless.
You can be the reason somebody believes in goodness.
You can make an impact right where you are.

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