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Featured Cookbook

A heart for helping

A heart for helping

“Cooking with Grace” is available online at www.salvationarmyalm.org/jackson or by sending a check made payable to SAWA, with “Cookbook” in the memo line, for $22 ($15, cookbook plus $7, S&H) to the Salvation Army of Greater Jackson, 570 Beasley Rd., Jackson, MS, 39206. Call 601-982-4881 for more information.

The Salvation Army, which dates all the way back to 1865 in London, is a thriving international ministry dedicated to bringing the Bible’s message of hope and faith through salvation to the poor, homeless and hungry. With a heart for everyone, from children to senior citizens, its goal is to help by equipping those willing to work towards a better life with a hand up and not a handout. From services like disaster relief, emergency shelters and food pantries to school supply drives and youth programs, the organization is making a meaningful impact across Mississippi and the world.

The Salvation Army of Greater Jackson covers a six-county region and its volunteer-based Women’s Auxiliary debuted this spring a new cookbook, “Cooking with Grace,” with 100 percent of sales directly benefitting its local work within Mississippi. 

The cookbook features a collection of 500 recipes, including appetizers, soups, salads, sides, entrees, desserts and even some interesting “helpful hints” for meal preparation.

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